Various iterations of a redesigned Facebook Messenger for Android have been spotted in recent weeks, and its launch is now official.
Social media news feeds are constantly being updated with more content, upping the competition for attention, and making it harder to get users to pause for a moment and take in your brand messaging.
There are a lot of posts about the influence of color on customer and website visitor behavior, and the specifics of what each color means and communicates about your brand.
Facebook rolled out its Reactions button yesterday, giving users the ability to respond to posts not simply with "likes" but also with emotive icons representing "love," "haha," "wow," "sad" and "angry." Will Facebook users give Reactions the thumbs-up?
Wanna’ get an inside look at design and creative on Instagram?
This week, the platform has launched a new profile called @design which will showcase the work of Instagram’s design team, as well as that of emerging artists.
Pinterest is doubling down on design, thanks to a new hire it’s announcing today. Susan Kare, the designer behind such well-known Macintosh icons as Lasso, the Grabber, and Paint Bucket, is joining the company as a product design lead.