LinkedIn continues to revamp its image with plans to roll out a new home-page design, the site revealed in a blog post today.
The new home page will feature more emphasis on shared news articles and posts, with what looks like enlarged photos and a more prominent display of comments, judging by the image in the blog post.
The post touts a "simpler and more modern design," with "more relevant updates" prominently showcased and a "cleaner, richer update stream."
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The changes may make the site look more and more like a grown-up version of Facebook, but the company says its goal is to make the site a tool to get relevant news and information to users based on their industry and connections. The company announced a redesign of its news page last week with... [Read more]