The Design Evolution Of Today’s Most Popular Websites [Pics]

The Design Evolution Of Today’s Most Popular Websites [Pics]
technology

A then-and-now look at iconic internet destinations.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 3 may 2013

Business Insider takes a trip back in time to show how the design of popular websites have changed over the years with a then-and-now feature of some of today’s most popular websites.

LinkedIn in May 2003

The feature looked at the designs of websites such as LinkedIn, Google, The Huffington Post, Myspace, YouTube, Twitter, Yahoo, AOL, Digg, The New York Times, eBay, Flickr, Facebook, and, of course, the Silicon Valley Insider, which was how the business and technology news website started.

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