During the last week we’ve been working on improving Twitter Counter’s user-experience on screens of all sizes, and today we are proud to announce the first step towards a completely responsive layout. We’ve updated key navigational components to ensure our users of a more intuitive and satisfying visit. And aside from an updated look & feel, several features have also been added. If you want to give it a spin, you can take a look now.
New Look & Feel
Both the header and footer have been redesigned with new colours and a modern flat interface.
Embracing web-design trends that we expect to see in 2014, both the header and footer are entirely mobile ready. They have been designed to respond to the current size of your browser to ensure that you can easily navigate to and from pages. Through these innovations we aim to make the entire site responsive and ready for mobile use.
Mobile devices, including laptops, are constantly being released with gorgeous displays. These displays use a higher pixel density, which could cause some images to look blurry if they are not optimised for such a screen. The images in our header and footer have been enhanced to ensure a magnificent mobile experience.
The header includes two drop-downs; one for your notifications and one to easily switch between multiple accounts. The notifications service is for everyone who wants to stay up-do-date on the Twitter accounts they find interesting. Why not give it a try and get notified when Katy Perry breaks the 50 million followers milestone? Just hit the ‘Track’ button on Katy Perry’s Twitter stats account and we will notify you when she reaches this magic Twitter milestone.
The new user account drop-down makes it simple to see the accounts you manage, easily switch between them and add accounts on the go.
There is still plenty more to come, as this is very much simply the ‘base’ upon which we’ll be building heavily on. In the meantime, please visit Twitter Counter’s homepage with your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer and let us know what you think in the comments below. We would love to hear from you!