Pinterest Tests Out a Makeover

by Nate Wooley | January 30, 2013 10:47 am

Social media site Pinterest is testing out a new look for its users — and it wants user feedback.

The goal of the new design is to make Pinterest easier to navigate and use. The pins themselves will be larger and have more information about each pin and the users who posted them. There are also changes being made that people can’t see, that are designed to speed up and improve the user experience.

The company announced the test, which will begin in the next few weeks, in a Monday blog post[1]. The new look will be available to a small group of people to gather impressions and feedback. Those interested in participating should apply at Pinterest’s blog[2] to get more information.

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