MSN.com, Microsoft's website, has its new look on Wednesday at the US time. Lots of changes were made, some part of the old stuff were removed and some boxes were added. As advised by Erik Jorgenson, corporate vice president for MSN, the new design aims to address customer or user's feedback and complaints. Some of which are the following points:
- Too much Clutter in the old MSN.com
- Hard time finding what users were looking for
- Dissatisfied with search results prior to the launch of BING
- The old MSN had an outdated look and feel
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As i checked it in their preview site, at the bottom right, links to the Facebook and Twitter sites were added in a box. Also, what captured my attention the most, is the slider just above the header part. It contains the latest updates and news featured in the site. I think it follows the latest trends of blogger's template. Generally, the site are divided into sections which in return give the users a fun way of browsing and searching using their bing search engine site.
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