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New Twitter Blue

5 years ago from , Design @Google

New on left, old on right

32 comments

  • Diego LafuenteDiego Lafuente, 5 years ago

    My life is done. This is it.

    17 points
  • Josh LeeJosh Lee, 5 years ago

    Not a fan of the design but I do like the twitter designers :)

    7 points
    • Jeff EverestJeff Everest, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

      Not a fan of the design

      I find that when I hear designers say that, it usually means that it was a better design for users ;)

      That's not to say that companies don't royally screw up though so maybe your right _(ツ)_/¯

      3 points
  • Jesus GallentJesus Gallent, 5 years ago

    Now It's a profitable company! Lol

    6 points
  • Roy BarberRoy Barber, 5 years ago

    Now off to update all websites! sigh

    4 points
    • Taylor Ho, 5 years ago

      Moments like this you hope the developers thought to use a variable to style the site à la $c-tweeta-blue.

      0 points
  • Chris BreitiganChris Breitigan, 5 years ago

    My twitter app looks like the left currently, but I really like the right one better. The blue header stood out and I liked it. Left is too white and kinda of plain to me.

    4 points
  • Account deleted 5 years ago

    Spotify'd.

    3 points
  • John PJohn P, 5 years ago

    I prefer the left, it only has one advert instead of two

    1 point
  • Joshua Newton, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    Don't think they've released this in the UK yet... I like it! Slightly more vibrant, the Nav feels a little lighter and cleaner using the blue as a highlight - At least it's very consistent now.

    1 point
  • Patrick RogersPatrick Rogers, 5 years ago

    Yeah this surprised me the other day. It would be nicer with no border bottom on the top menu bar. Also if it minimized when you scroll down. More room for the tweets!

    0 points
  • Bjørn RostadBjørn Rostad, 5 years ago

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxK_nA2iVXw

    Would love to hear from @design about the reasoning behind the change.

    0 points
  • Paul @StammyPaul @Stammy, 5 years ago

    Love it.

    0 points
  • Guilherme SchmittGuilherme Schmitt, 5 years ago

    Having the twitter logo next to other icons with the same treatment (even though the logo is not really a button) is a little confusing to me. But I like the new color.

    0 points
    • Mike Godlewski, 5 years ago

      Tapping the twitter logo will bring you up to the top of your feed.

      0 points
      • Guilherme SchmittGuilherme Schmitt, 5 years ago

        I also thought that, but tapping anywhere on the blank area right next to it does the same thing, so it's still not an official "button"

        0 points
  • Nick HNick H, 5 years ago

    does anybody else have the trending news section? I've had it for months and I seem to be the only one at my office that has it.

    0 points
  • Louis BLouis B, 5 years ago

    Everyone's going flouro... First spotify, apple music, now twitter...

    0 points
  • Vladimir BabicVladimir Babic, 5 years ago

    To be hones I like it. I don't like UI/Visual designers being blindfolded by branding guidelines by someone who just thew some colors (in most cases).

    I think stuff should change with time...

    0 points
  • Lucas MoralesLucas Morales, 5 years ago

    Is this iOS only or are the same visuals coming to Android?

    0 points
  • Luis La TorreLuis La Torre, 5 years ago

    Ha! I was the one who told Seth.

    0 points
    • Evan Knight, 5 years ago

      haha that's funny. Coincidentally we were approved for an update the same time as twitter so I only saw cuz I was refreshing the update screen like crazy. Seems like they are doing a lot of testing with it tho, my brother has had circular borders around his icons for a few weeks. Like this: https://twitter.com/mdo/status/636664727385456640

      0 points
  • Chris Aalid, 5 years ago

    Very tasty blue! I like it.

    0 points
  • Afnizar Nur Ghifari, 5 years ago

    I love the right

    0 points
  • Nick Matarese, 5 years ago

    This is currently being tested. I have seen 2 different versions of the design on the left (one with tab labels, one without), and 3 new versions of the design on the right. They are not afraid to A/B test their UI at all.

    0 points