Reddit has rolled out its first major redesign in nearly a decade, giving its 230 million users a chance to access the website in a way designers hope is simpler and more accessible, without “altering the scaffolding” that has made it popular. What do you think?
“This will likely roll out smoothly and no one will have any complaints.”
Darnell Winthrop • Rock Cairn Builder
“Ten years? Wow. Have I really been verbally assaulting people on justice porn for that long?”
Craig Suthers • Rotisserie Spinner
“Just as prophecy has foretold.”
Lilian Hartworth • Systems Analyst