Just because you're the world's most famous social network, with a die-cast brand, a squillion members and a feature film, doesn't mean that you should sit on your laurels UX-wise. At least, that's what Brisbane, Australia-based Swede Fred Nerby (opens in new tab) believes about Facebook (opens in new tab).
Art director and designer Nerby has outlined a completely new look and concept for Mark Zuckerberg's global giant on his Behance page, a new responsive desktop and iPad design that has elements of metro design language and a soupçon of the new MySpace (opens in new tab), but it emphatically beats with Facebook's heart.
Nerby has designed new login, dashboard, profile and company profile screens, as well as creating an all-new news grid to replace Facebook's news feed and several other redesigned elements all with the purpose of modernising Facebook's tired interface.
Menlo Park will unveil a redesigned news feed on 7 March, with many people guessing whether that will be a mild refresh or a 'news grid' style redesign like Nerby's. We shall just have to wait and see...
Watch this! Fred Nerby's Facebook redesign concept:
Check out the full concept on Nerby's Behance page here (opens in new tab).
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