Linkedin to launch redesign

Social media website Linkedin is set to launch a new ‘simpler, cleaner’ homepage design.


Linkedin says the new design will be simpler to navigate and allow users to quickly find the content they’re looking for.

Linkedin has redesigned its homepage feed, so that ‘the most important network updates and articles are at the top’. It has also introduced ‘richer’ visuals to make it easier to scan the feed.

This redesign, says Linkedin will be followed later in the year by a series of new features, which will offer improved functionality and customisation.

The new homepage design

Caroline Gaffney, product manager at Linkedin, says, ‘We’ve started to roll out a simpler and easier way to navigate the homepage that offers quick access to the relevant information and updates that help you be great at your job.’

The new homepage designs are set to roll out to Linkedin members over the coming weeks.

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  • Stephen Slavin November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    I’m only fairly new to LinkedIn myself but the layout has always struck me as being a bit over-complicated. The problem now is that I’ve gotten so used to it, I’ll probably hate the new layout when it gets put up.

    So long as they don’t pull a Facebook and start changing it every other month, I’m sure I’ll get used to it.

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