Today LinkedIn is planning to roll out a new design to its Company pages (pictured below), making them more visual, relevant and less cluttered, together with a newly redesign homepage.
Developing the redesigned pages LinkedIn spent plenty of time evaluating the users of the different company page features, and has now cut away the unused areas and functions, from its new design.
LinkedIn has also developed a more relevant newsfeed features, which it hopes will help users stay informed about important information and updates, on a daily basis. Rather than just provide users with a reverse-chronological stream of updates. Mike Grishaver from LinkedIn explains:
“This year, we’ve been talking a lot about simplifying the LinkedIn experience across our core products. I’m excited to share the next big installment of this effort, our new redesigned LinkedIn Company Pages. Starting this week, a few companies are getting early access to the redesigned Company Pages, including Philips, Citi, HP and Dell.”
The current re-design is expected to also roll out to mobile applications as well over the coming months. For more information jump over to the LinkedIn blog post published today.
Source: Tech CrunchFiled Under: Technology News