RECENT POSTS IN Redesign
Latest Nikon 1 V3 Rumors Suggest Complete Redesign In the Works
To say that Nikon’s mirrorless offerings so far have been lackluster is putting it a bit lightly, but if the latest rumors are to be believed then that could soon be changing. Something I think that both Nikonians and fans of mirrorless alike would welcome.
New Patent Reveals A Reimagined Nikon 1 Design
The Nikon mirrorless camera offering has been, to put it lightly, not going as well as Nikon would like. Both of their Nikon 1 models, the J and V series have both been performing under expectations. Despite this, Nikon has said that they are committed to their mirrorless line, and a new patent shows that they may be looking to recapture some magic with familiar branding.
Flickr Changes Continue as Company Redesigns Photo Pages
After going years and years without making a meaningful change to Flickr it has become apparent that Yahoo has done almost a complete 180. Earlier this year Yahoo completely redesigned and overhauled most of the popular photo sharing service, and now not even a year later we have some more changes coming down the pipe.
Redesign Worked, Flickr Usage On The Rise
It has been almost 3 months since the Flickr redesign and the effects of that investment by Yahoo are already being seen. While many long time users pushed back against the “new Flickr” the gamble appears to have worked in Yahoo’s favor, traffic and usage are up across the board, and they are only rising.
ShootProof Revamps Client Gallery View
Shootproof announced earlier today that they have “refreshed” the client gallery view. This brings the client gallery view more in line with popular galleries around the web. The new layout is fully responsive and mobile friendly, which is great news for those of us who promote our services via social media (where many people view links via a mobile device).
500px Announces New Photo Page Redesign
It was not all that long ago that Flickr rolled out their big redesign, and not their chief competitor has rolled out one (albeit a smaller one) of their own. 500px announced today that they have completely redesigned the photo page on their site.