Twitter recently gave its web interface a much-needed redesign, and it's actually a pretty good one. But some people might object to how the stream of new tweets suddenly jumped from the left side of the page to the right. Thankfully, for those of you that are scared and confused, there's a quick and easy fix.
Though Twitter only recently released the dual-column redesign, they're at it again, this time cleaning up the interface quite a bit, and focuses on four key elements of the service: Home, Connect, Discover, and Me. Don't worry, the core of the service still stands, and if you use a Twitter client like the rest of the world tends to do, just set up the universal tweet key command and you won't even have see the new stuff if you prefer to stick to your old, curmudgeonly ways. Details and a video of the new redesign after the break.
We've already seen evidence of Twitter's hinted plan for a new look, most recently in the form of its homepage redesign. But now, Twitter's creative director Doug Bowman has posted a picture of what he says "may end up a significant redesign" for the site's interface, complete with "days on Twitter," "Tweets/day," and percentage of @ replies, which could be an appealing measure of engagement on the service, provided Twitter finds a way to weed the spambots out.