For a huge website with contents and edited by millions of people, it will definitely take a long time before a site overhaul is implemented. Such was the case for Wikipedia which just rolled out its new design and interface for its website – wikipedia.org. In fact, it took Wikipedia more than a year to redesign its site after a year of usability testing and consultation with everyday Wikipedia users. It was certainly a long and hard work, but if there’s one consolation that the folks at Wikipedia should have, it’s the fact that they’ve done a great job!
So, have you checked out Wikipedia? Did you notice the following enhancements:
There you go. What can you say about the new interface of Wikipedia. Will you using the site more now?
Originally posted on May 13, 2010 @ 3:43 pm