Digg.com has recently launched its new enhanced beta version of site design, and today I’ve been selected to preview its new upcoming look. To know whether you’re also selected to preview this new design or not, login to your account and look at the top right corner of the page where you’ll be seeing the option to get to the new design if you’ve been already selected. Here is the screenshot of the new Digg design:
With this new design and layout, now Digg has become somewhat faster and it looks quiet spacious and user-friendly. The spacious feel is achieved as the new layout has sidebar position on the right-hand side with the submitted links and stuff to the left. Whereas in the previous old design submitted and dugg content is centered with the sidebar on both the sides, which allots less width to the actual content and looks little congested to the naked eye. Also the link submission window now is quiet slick-looking with the option to select images, and most importantly, it is extremely fast loading when compared to previous old design of Digg.
This new updated Digg.com design is being rolled out to users recently and you should be getting it within a few days of time if it hasn’t arrived yet in your account. Meanwhile check out the above screenshot of this new Digg.com look and let me know your first impression on new Digg design and layout.
Digg Company Overview
- Acquired by betaworks
- October 11, 2004
- Kevin Rose
- San Francisco, CA
- Social Media, Technology, Design, Web Tools, Social Bookmarking, News
Digg is a user-driven social content website enabling users to share content and receive diggs from other users. New Digg is the homepage of the internet, featuring the best articles, videos, and original content that the web is talking about right now.