It doesn't look any different. I expected new interfaces.
I thought it was clear this was about changing servers rather than making cosmetic changes. Perhaps you are unaware of what that means so I'll try and explain.
A server is a piece of physical hardware that is the foundation of any website. A hosting provider is a company that owns these servers. A customer buys time on these servers. Servers can be on different infrastructures within a datacenter which lead to different services.
We have changed server and hosting provider. The infrastructure is different to the degree that resource changing can be done in real-time. This means if there is a sudden burst of traffic which has not been accurately estimated beforehand, we can accommodate rather than put up with sluggishness and crashing.
Also, the server has much faster storage. As rather than running on your traditional harddrives that use spinning disks, the server is entirely on SSD. This means daily backups should be done much quicker and have less impact to the end user. I'm hoping none at all but have yet to test this.
This is what has been done.