As a Savannah web design company, we are always looking for the latest and greatest web design trends, and often our ideas come from looking at other websites and deciding what we like and don’t like. That’s why this article about eBay’s website redesign is especially interesting, as it echoes the same web design trends that we have presented to our Savannah clients in recent months. Taking a cue from Pinterest and Facebook’s newsfeed, eBay’s new look will have a clean, product-focused feel with new search options that brings the products to you instead of the other way around. And similar to Pinterest, you’ll be able to create feeds with your favorite things and follow others’ feeds. Other site improvements include "the new one page checkout process, much deeper PayPal integration (which may not be an improvement for some users) and a generally clearer visual hierarchy." In addition to the site revamp, the company is also taking a cue from Amazon by offering same-day shipping, a feature that was sorely needed. The new Feed is rolling out in the US over the next 100 days, but you can activate it now by visiting www.eBay.com/feed.