New Pinterest Look vs. Old Pinterest Look

If you’ve been to Pinterest recently, you’ve probably seen the new Pinterest look.

I like the new changes and they aren’t all too noticeable. Unlike what other social platforms do, this wasn’t a complete overhaul in look so no one should be upset.

New home look
New home look
Old home look
Old home look

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New board view
New board view
Old board view
Old board view

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New profile look
New profile look
Old profile look
Old profile look

The new “Pin it” button is also more Pinterest branded:

Pin it

 

See? Not too different. Cleaner, more modern design. Font is different and a little bigger on the new look too.

Let’s all be happy about it.

You can also follow me on Pinterest here.

6 thoughts on “New Pinterest Look vs. Old Pinterest Look

  1. I definitely like the new look and feel. Additionally, with the introduction of Web Analytics, Pinterest now makes it easier for business pages to track the effectiveness of individual posts as viewed from a number of different perspectives. Check it out at http://bit.ly/Z4HNAm

  2. You have missed the point of the new Pinterest entirely. It’s not about design, it’s that you can no longer trace a pin back to its originator or the board from which it came from. This will allow advertisers to place ads as pins and no one will know, while you will also not be able to find like-minded pinners any longer. They’ve take your community away and replaced it with advertising.

    1. Hi Colleen –

      I don’t think I missed the point, I think you missed the point of what I was saying. I was saying the look was not that different. I didn’t say anything about anything else. You can still trace pins, you can still find pins, you can still categorize, etc. Advertisers are allowed on every social platform and it’s no surprise they’ll be allowed on Pinterest. They must be able to monetize and it happens. I do like your marriage equality photo though!

      Best,
      LG

  3. You have missed the point of the new Pinterest entirely. It’s not about design, it’s that you can no longer trace a pin back to its originator or the board from which it came from. This will allow advertisers to place ads as pins and no one will know, while you will also not be able to find like-minded pinners any longer. They’ve take your community away and replaced it with advertising.

    1. Hi Colleen –
      I don’t think I missed the point, I think you missed the point of what I was saying. I was saying the look was not that different. I didn’t say anything about anything else. You can still trace pins, you can still find pins, you can still categorize, etc. Advertisers are allowed on every social platform and it’s no surprise they’ll be allowed on Pinterest. They must be able to monetize and it happens. I do like your marriage equality photo though!
      Best,
      LG

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