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# New Look
Why does The Journal look a bit different this morning?
We have launched a redesign of our website and apps to improve your experience of our news service.
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# Banknotes
European Central Bank plans to redesign euro banknotes
A final decision on the new look is expected in 2024.
# redesign
Explainer: Here's what the revised BusConnects plan would mean for your bus route
The routes have been revised after the initial public consultation. Here’s what they look like.
# all changed
Instagram has said goodbye to its polaroid-inspired logo
And it’s been replaced by something quite different.
# fresh lick of paint
Google Chrome will be getting itself a makeover
And you can access some of the changes so long as you don’t mind messing with experimental features.
# redesign
This is why Google decided a childlike logo was its future
You may have noticed the change last night.
# Makeover
YouTube cleans up its big screen app ahead of Android TV launch
The redesigned TV app follows a similar design to its iOS and Android counterparts, prioritising playlists and subscriptions for viewers.
# redesign
Google's new Android update is brighter and bolder than ever before
The new update, currently codenamed L, includes a number of changes like its new look, Material Design, which features brighter, bolder colours, updated icons and animated touch feedback.
# what's the question?
Ballot papers unchanged since 1963 need to be 'modernised'
The format of referendum ballot papers has remained largely unchanged for over 50 years.
# Paint it Black
Spotify rolls out dark redesign as the competition heats up
The redesign comes after rumours the company will hold its IPO sometime in the Autumn.
# Ch-Ch-Changes
Explainer: What's the deal with Twitter's profile redesign?
After launching a redesigned home page last month, why does Twitter want to make profile pages look more like Facebook?
Over €9,000 spent on redesign of Taoiseach’s website
The new-look website was recently the subject of an overhaul that cost a little over €9,000.
Tender for redevelopment of President's website seven months after revamp
A tender note – which misspelled the President’s name – was put on the government’s e-tenders website yesterday as looks set for a complete overhaul next year.
# Changing times
VIDEO: Irish Times to launch redesigned newspaper tomorrow
The new-look newspaper with its narrower pages and an overhauled design is the biggest single change to the paper in twelve years.