Storify Gets a Face-Lift

Social media aggregation site Storify debuted a major aesthetic refresh to its Web site on Tuesday morning, revamping the main homepage and tweaking the site's search tools to better surface the most relevant media among the items from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and others that are published to users' story streams. The new look comes almost exactly one year after the site last refreshed its user interface. Storify is backed by $2 million in series A funding from Khosla Ventures, with additional angel investments from Henri Lastenouse and Mark Tobias. Continue reading at 'AllThingsD'

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