Google+ new redesign
18 April, 2012 | Web design
Google+ has recently been redesigned with the aim of bringing its 130 million users a more user friendly navigation in order to improve your social experience.
The navigation now uses a list of applications down the left bar. The navigation bar allows you to drag the applications into any order that you wish, making it easier for you to navigate around your account as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Large videos and images can now be easily dropped into your ‘stream’ and ‘conversation cards’ have been put in place to make it easier to pick up chats and drop them in and out of discussions in your circles.
The Explore page has been added to let you search and browse trending topics from around your network. Check out the new features here, with this Google+ video.
If you haven’t yet got a Google+ account this may be a good time to give it a try.
By Luke Stanley