Yesterday, the social bookmarking website del.icio.us launched an invite-only preview of its upcoming facelift that will take this excellent site into 2.0-land. Currently del.icio.us is my favorite site to use to share links: it makes a good RSS feed, it styles well in my blog, and it’s built-in browser add-on makes this one of the most user-friendly tools on the internet for sharing content. TechCruch posted a review and some screenshots of the new preview site and from what I can see, it will provide much needed improvements in the aesthetics of the site. I love del.icio.us, but its current design sort of makes it look like a weekend class project (which may very well be how it started out, for all I know). If the final product looks anything like the current preview, it will make the site much easier to navigate, and will also make it look a lot more like a ‘real’ website. Take a look at the preview shots; hopefully we don’t have to wait too much longer for this new site to be deployed!