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Bd47AkgCQAATRkx.png-largeFor users of Twitter’s web interface, it’s a brand new day, design-wise.

The social network is in the process of rolling out a fresh design to its website that brings the online property more in line with the company’s design for its mobile apps. That means the site’s muted black aesthetic is gone, and there’s a new white-and-pastel sheriff in town.

In addition to the new color scheme, the company also added the ability for users to customize the color of links and other accents on their profile and around the site. For people just looking to try a color on for size, though, it’s best to record their previous link color, because there’s no way to undo a color choice after you’ve made it. That way, you don’t get stuck with something hideous.

What do you think of Twitter’s new design? Let us know in the comments.

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