Image hosting website Flickr is improving its user experience with an interface redesign.
The camera roll feature has been introduced, allowing users to more easily browse, edit and organize their photos, all the while on a more sophisticated interface. Users are also now able to view their photos in a date-organized stream, with the option to arrange them either by the date they were taken or the date they were uploaded.
Along with the camera roll, the new interface redesign includes a timeline feature. Users are able to see the photos they uploaded during any year, arranged by month. Much like the Facebook timeline, Flickr's latest addition allows users to toggle between specific time periods.
Flickr Introduces a User-Friendly Interface Redesign
Vasiliki Marapas — February 20, 2015 — Art & Design