Earlier this week, Ryan Seacrest helped Twitter announce that they had completed an overhaul of their design and layout. Personally, I wouldn’t call it an “overhaul”, but it is a change and one that you may want to take into consideration.
Unlike Facebook, Twitter has maintained a simple layout that hasn’t changed in years. Facebook, on the other hand, has made numerous design changes – often with not so pleasant user experience results (or at least not at first). I think that is one of the reasons why Twitter took their time to make a design change, and I think that was a wise choice.
Below is a video that outlines the changes and what you can do to make it effective on your Twitter page.
This new header is also visible on any mobile device too – here’s how it looks on my iPad:
Is this going to change the way Twitter works? No. Is this going to increase your business generation this coming year? Probably not. Will it make you look professional and stand out from the crowd. If you do it professionally, yes! Let me know if you need help!
In the meantime, share with us your updated Twitter headers in the comments below!