YouTube Debuts New Look For Desktop, Tablets

YouTube YouTube is launching a new homepage design today that will include bigger thumbnails, which is a move that frustrated people when the company first tested the refreshed look in August. Users will see fewer videos on the homepage because of the bigger thumbnails, a YouTube spokesperson confirmed to The Verge. The representative added that people are being presented with more information about each video they’re seeing, though. Allowing videos to have more physical space on the page also gives creators the ability to use longer titles. The goal is to give people using the platform more information about a video from a quick glance, rather than ask that they hover a cursor over a video or click through to learn more. With the redesign,... Continue reading…

YouTube Debuts New Look For Desktop, Tablets

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Fri 8 Nov 19 from Geek.com

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Thu 7 Nov 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

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Thu 7 Nov 19 from Engadget

YouTube’s homepage redesign means people will see bigger thumbnails and fewer videos

YouTube YouTube is launching a new homepage design today that will include bigger thumbnails, which is a move that frustrated people when the company first tested the refreshed ...

Thu 7 Nov 19 from The Verge

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Thu 7 Nov 19 from TechCrunch

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