I'm a designer for Stack Exchange, and I wanted to give everyone a heads that minor site design updates have just launched.
Most of the changes will not be visible; these tweaks go along with recent updates that were made to Stack Overflow:
- We are moving the site's CSS to a newly refactored LESS system, so that it's easier for us to fix SE network CSS bugs globally and launch new features in the future.
- We are updating the graphics to SVG for retina support.
- We've fixed a LOT of obscure bugs that arose when new features were not thoroughly tested across the entire network.
Visually it should "feel" the same as the old site with slight layout adjustments.
This update should also retro-actively fix most of the old design bugs. If you see any new bugs, or old ones not yet fixed, please post an answer here to let us know!