Twitter has begun testing a new look for its user profile pages that resembles profile pages on other social networks like Facebook and Google+.
The redesign, which is currently only visible to a few users of the social network, places a bigger emphasis on users' header photos, which are the images located behind their profile photos. Currently, header photos are 1,252 by 626 pixels in size -- the test design bumps that up to 1,500 by 1,500 pixels, according to Mashable, which first spotted the redesign.
The Facebook-like profile pages also shift users' profile pictures and bios from the right side of the page to a small column on the left of the screen. Users can see an image of the redesign on Mashable's website.
Additionally, the redesign does not display users' tweets in a vertical format. Instead, tweets are laid out similarly to how pins are seen on popular website Pinterest. According to Mashable, a greater emphasis is also placed on tweets that include photos and links.