When it comes to some of the most iconic applications in the world, it can be difficult to picture it with any other design. The likes of Apple's OS X, Gmail and Facebook have all had their fair share of concepts thrown at them but would any of them really work?
Here, German designer George Kvasnikov (opens in new tab) tackles one of the most popular sites and biggest web brands around. Wikipedia is known for its vast array of user-generated information and facts for just about anything, and less for beautiful or engaging design; Kvasnikov wanted to change that.
"Wikipedia is one of the most visited websites in the world," he explains. "It hasn't been changed or redefined during the last 10 years. This is my attempt to try to make Wikipedia more modern, readable, useful and personal"
See more images from the concept on Behance (opens in new tab).
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