- Our biggest challenge it finding ways to let users know what we have. The home page needs to offer users more control. This isn't about broadcasting what everyone wants. But we still need a way to inform users about what is new at the same time. And we're trying to figure out how to unclutter. Everyone uses Yahoo differently. The UI may change in this broadband world.
There's another approach: show the content that matters. In an earlier post, I suggested that Yahoo users should be shown a combination of favorites -- the Yahoo features that you use frequently or that are very popular -- and a rotating selection of features I haven't seen -- helping me discover useful new functionality. I don't need to see everything every time I come to yahoo.com; I just need to see what I need to see.
Update: Yahoo is currently testing a minor redesign of their front page. [via InsideGoogle]