10 years of Linkedin homepage design boiled down to 11 slides

10 years of Linkedin homepage design boiled down to 11 slides

thenextweb.com
New LinkedIn is officially ten years old and much has changed to shape the way we network. One of the most notable things its 225 million members will probably find interesting is the ever-changing design of the LinkedIn homepage. Deep Nishar, the company’s Senior Vice President of Products and User Experience, published...
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