Last month Wikipedia redesigned their website adding new tools and making design changes, however it hasn’t gone down as well as they thought. Wikipedia spent a year testing the site which involved over 600,000 people until it was released last month, but currently the members of the public are feeding back with mixed reactions.

The relocation of the search box to the top right hand corner has created an up-raw with people commenting “We in the West read from left to right so it should naturally start at the left” However others didn’t seem to mind the change replying with “Am I the only one who loves the search box in the top right?!”