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4 Key Insights From The 57-Day, Blitzkrieg Redesign Of Google+

After a mere 6 months on the market, Google released their first major redesign of Google+. If you check your profile now, you should see the latest version. And if your taste is anything like ours, you’ll agree that it feels better in just about every way. Yes it’s on purpose. Yes we have things coming. So what did the designers at Google actually do not just to make their product so much more beautiful, but so much more beautiful than Facebook? Co.
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