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Die.

There's five basic problems with it:

1. The content stream should be on the left because that's where your eyes first land. The profile/nav stream is inherently of lower value, and so Twitter has interposed a negative first impression. Fortunately there is a Chrome / Firefox script to fix this, but it really is a basic error (script here: http://www.howtogeek.com/99862/how-to-put-the-new-twitter-content-pane-back-on-the-left/).

2. There's no focus on ether pane because the left and right both have the same background colour. So the eye doesn't know where to look.

3. @Connect and #Discover are too meta for their own good. It's not clear what they mean (and the separations of 'Interactions' and 'Mentions' also, as is the general design of the Discover page).

4. User-built assets (like saved Searches and Lists) are now hidden. For new users that's not such a big deal, but for people who use Twitter on a regular basis that's pretty annoying.

5. Replies, retweets, favourites, most of the threading and rich content is opened by mousing over a hidden link and then opening it. The problem being many users do not understand nor like mouse-over interactions because they can feel random. Open/Expand should be a consistent visible element on every tweet so that it can be seen.

All in all it feels like design for design's sake and I don't see why they changed from the previous, much more powerful, design. It feels to me that Twitter has misunderstood the maturity of its audience and gone back to trying to appeal to a simpler crowd at their expense.

1. 컨텐츠는 왼쪽에 있어야 해.
2. 왼쪽과 오른쪽이 모두 동일한 배경 색을 가지고 있어서 눈이 어디에 집중 해야 할지 모르겠어
3. @Connect(@친해지기) 와 #Discover(#발견하기) 는 그 의미가 명확하지 않아.
4. 사용자가 만든 것들이(저장된 검색어, 리스트 등)이 숨어있어.
5. 댓글, 리트윗, 관심트윗, 글타래, 리치 컨텐츠는 마우스를 올리고 히든 링크를 클릭해야 열리는데, 이런 마우스오버 인터랙션은 사용자가 랜덤하게 느껴.
오옹 듣고보니 그렇네요
나도 내가 만든 리스트, 검색 저장어를 프로필에 가야지만 찾을 수 있는게 싫던데 -_-