Awesome site concept, very fresh!
11 months ago
I think this works well if you are a designer / windows 8 lover / heavy internet user. But i'm affraid a lot of the actual facebook users won't be able to find their flow in this.
Tweeted about this earlier this morning. Love it dude.
Nice work mate!
I love it :-)
it's a very pretty design. from a functionality perspective, rather than activity being spread out or presented in a grid i would love to just see facebook activity in a single chronological list again. kind of drives me crazy that i have to hunt around their current design when what they had before was fine. call me boring. :)
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Welcome aboard Dribbble. I had been holding onto that invite for over 8 months... finally found some good use for it.
What I loved about this is how thorough and complete you were. The level of consistency and brand identity really work well together.
Amazing work! But i have to agree with @Ryan Johnson, in some parts of the concept the design is over the functions, but it could be fixed.. The concept and the design is really awesome!
awesome love it !!
Love this! Absolutely wonderful!
How very Windows 8 of you. ;-) Looks great! It really sucks that Microsoft sort of 'cornered the market on boxes and thin font-weight w/ Windows 8. :-|
its nice. I saw the vimeo video first. Here is one thing I noticed. The photos you used were really good. Almost too good. I'd inherently spend way more time looking at photos on FB if they looked half as good as your selected shots. I'll assume they are stock. Would love to see what an average users profile would look like vs a "stock" profile.
nice thoughts either way.
Everything looks better with model photos :)
Amazing work, out of curiosity has anyone from FB contacted you regarding this? Keep the good work and welcome.
love it! u should put some background music to the video will make it much more enjoyable to view!
that babe is such a babe.
Lovely work, looks great, and I love the Metro style... but this just wouldn't work. I actually got annoyed looking at it and trying to envision myself using this in an everyday environment.
The average facebook user would HATE this - not just because it's different and people hate change, but because it is so radically different, I'm not really sure the site as a whole would be very user friendly. I have a feeling there are many "what ifs" someone could find throughout the design.
I also found it disappointing to see no ad space used - how would that be approached? What happens when a company page wants to post something, how does that appear? When I go to a company page, I don't want to see what other users posted unless I specifically click the link for it - I want to see updates from the company itself first.
The whole slide out navigation - for people who aren't on dribbble, forget it. Despite some people understanding it on Facebook mobile - who are probably between 16-30 I'm guessing, the rest of the FB population would be so confused.
Slick, yet I wonder what it looks like with less than perfect photography, which is the bulk of facebook content.
If all my friends had personal portrait photographers, this would be sweet.
Pretty, but it flies in the face of the iterative design process Facebook has used to hone its current interface.
Best Redesign I've Seen!! Well Done!
Great concept as a new social network, but I feel that the existing Facebook relies on chronology, lists, and clear, easy to understand organization. If everyone had a Mac and was a designer, this new grid/ new Myspace style would be great, but for the 55 year old mother keeping in touch with her kids on her pc, it might be a little overwhelming and easy for information to get lost. That being said, I like the page for close friends. Great project! I commend your redesign skills!
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