One thing social media is not known for is staying the same for the long time. In fact, Twitter announced a new redesign just fifteen months after the previous redesign. And you can already see signs of the change.
Mobile users were the first to see the changes. The official apps for iPhone and Android as well as mobile.twitter.com have received huge updates, now including the tabs "Home" for tweets from the people you follow, "Connect" for seeing who is mentioning, following, or retweeting you, "Discover" to find stuff based on your interests and "Me for stuff about... you. The redesign really makes everything looks organized on the mobile side. And the facelift to the newly acquired TweetDeck is not too bad, either. This could be their best mobile version of thus far.
The redesign didn't up show on the computer version of twitter.com until several hours later. The new look of social site's interface was first revealed on the website's blog, developer's page, and YouTube video before it would make the eventual change to what we have now. The first noticeable change is the Home screen where trending topics and who to follow are on the left instead of the right. They pretty much made the 140 character social media tool even more visually appealing than before. There are even more reasons to check your Twitter now.
What does everyone think of the redesign? Does it nail it on the head or should it quit while it's ahead in the looks department?