wikiHow, The ‘How To Do Anything’ Platform, Launches Redesign


wikiHow hopes to build the world’s largest how-to manual, and today launched a brand new redesign.

Articles are now much more prominent, and feature everything from how to make a bacon alarm clock to relieving back pain.

Users can log in by way of Facebook or Google+, and you can quickly dive into 20 different categories from the sidebar.

Article pages feature a very clean, simple design, and anyone can contribute a new article to wikiHow, that is if it hasn’t already been covered.

While the new design is only live for English users, Senior Director of Marketing Visual Content Thom Scher says it will soon roll out across all 10 of its supported languages.

According to, wikiHow is ranked in the top 200 sites in the world, and it currently has over 50 million monthly unique visitors.

Mike Stenger

Lover of technology, Mike often makes jokes that nobody laughs at.


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