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The Twitter Profile page has gone through a number of redesigns over the years which, aesthetically, have almost always been pleasing.
However, for the end user, particularly if you’re managing a brand profile on Twitter, having to then re-learn and re-implement all of the necessary images for the profile page in their respective heights, widths and file sizes can be both time-consuming and problematic.
And if you’re completely new to Twitter, utterly confusing. Where do you even begin?