As you can see, Ask Different community site got a slight design update today. I have moved site's CSS to a newly refactor LESS system, so it's easier for us to fix SE network CSS bugs globally going on forward. Also I've updated site's logo and icons to SVG for retina support. Visually it should "feel" the same as the old site, but with updated Apple aesthetics(yes, I did flatten all the things). I have retired Lucida Sans for Helvetica.
This update should retro-actively fix most of the old CSS bugs. If you see any new ones, or old ones not being fixed, please let me know!
P.S. I can't believe it's been over 4 years since AD launched. Here's the original design when the site first launched.
.downvoted-answerselector in the new CSS. Is this intentional?