Twitter has unveiled a new layout for profile pages, and Michelle Obama’s profile is one of the first to show off the new design.
@GuyKawasaki It's so Facebook-y!
— Angie Johnston (@Right_Writer) April 11, 2014
Twitter explains the reasons for the change on its blog, but Silicon Valley stalwart Guy Kawasaki has developed some guidelines for working with the new layout.
— Guy Kawasaki (@GuyKawasaki) April 11, 2014
Early reviews are split.
Hey @twitter, the new design is terrible. We liked Twitter because it was simplistic. Don't over-complicate your layout like Facebook did.
— nick (@nicknotes) April 8, 2014
Most of us don't like the new layout/design of Twitter via web.
Sincerely, this is /twitter/ & not an IG website or Facebook.
— ️rain (@marriedlouvers) April 11, 2014
Who has new Twitter layout design? It's jarring, seems a bit much… all at once! #SocialMedia companies ever ask users for feedback?
— Sonny Lê (@sonnylebythebay) April 11, 2014
The new Twitter layout design proves once again, you can never escape Facebook.
— Andy Bowers (@evilpez4) April 8, 2014
Woohoo !! Changed over to the new #twitter layout. 😀
Loving the 'panoramic' cover photo/header design.
— Nilim Dutta (@NilimDutta) April 12, 2014
I Like The New Twitter Layout and Design!! Do you??? !!
— Balsam Saleh (@BalsamSaleh) April 8, 2014