Reddit redesigned its website and the changes begin to spread today, marking the first time in a decade that the social network has altered its interface. One percent of users will see the new design today, and in the course of the next few months, the design will reach all Reddit users and intruders, as reported by Wired . From now on, those who see the change can go back to the old Reddit.
The new Reddit design replaces the navigation bar with a menu in the left corner, which resembles many trendy website templates available in Squarespace, Wix or Tumblr. The menu opens to show links to feeds, following subreddits and user profiles. Users can choose to view Reddit in three modes: "classic view" that looks more like the Reddit we know today, "card view", which loosely resembles Facebook, or "compact view", for more densely packed information. 19659003] To make things more intuitive for new users, different fonts will now distinguish whether a link goes outside of Reddit or leads to another post. To promote the creation of content, a large blue button is highlighted on the main page, r / all, inviting users to post something new. And the publications will now open in boxes to keep it on the main page on which it is located, so that each new link does not move it away from the page.