Flickr Redesigned Photo Pages: Three key aspects

Flickr, the image and video hosting website which is an ideal site for users to share and embed personal photos, is now after three weeks of redesign offering its new service to all of its users. The new redesign with three new aspects to it will include, the navigation, the context behind photos and the sizing of photos.

When Ben Parr at Mashable reported, Flickr has changed the standard settings that it offered and changed the sizing of its photos to 640 pixels wide. Users will now benefit from a feature enabling the background around photos to be made darker.

Along with this, navigation has been changed. With new buttons above each photo, this will give users the option to browse from one photo to the next. Switching between contexts via the new film strip in the sidebar will be accessible, and now photos can be more customized allowing the user to label their photos to state “who, what, when, where and how” of each photo.

Flickr are hoping that this new and improved photo service will appeal to all users now and help to increase their ever expanding user base.

Do you use Flickr? Will these new redesign features grab your attention? Give us your views. To get more information on this check out Mashable