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Some say Linkedin's new look is fresh and simple. Others gush over how light and open it is. Definitely cutting edge.
I guess you can say so if you haven't surfed the web in the last year or even 5 years.
And other sites in recent years have followed the look. Websites, even my own, have adopted the long bar across the top and a wide open look.
It works better to transfer to a mobile interface and across device platforms.
Google is the originator of this look and feel. Long ago they created one page with a search box in the middle. Their new toolbar that links a user to all their services echoes the look.
Recently Google introduced a new dynamic look for its blogger.com blog application. You have your choice of colors for the bar across the top and the background color.
To your left you see examples of sites with variations on the same theme of the bar across the top. Typically it is white, beige, or black.
Though Twitter's homepage hasn't been updated in 10 years, it was way ahead of its time.
Glad Linkedin finally caught up. Their site looks fresh and they have greatly diminished the Linkedin "blue" thankfully.
Twitter is still stunning!
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