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This is me taking a shot at reimagining the Twitter Homepage.
It has a day/night variation depending on your current local time. At night the "Dark" version comes to life. Daytime sets your theme to "Light".
The purpose was to get away from Twitter's current 1170px grid layout and use the entire screen width, resulting in larger, more readable tweets.
Clearing out some of the clutter was also imperative:
- "Profile Stats" are currently displayed above the "Worldwide Trends". Not anymore. All stats are now part of a future Profile page.
- The top menu icons no longer need wording next to them, such as "Home" , "Notifications", "Messages"
- The "Tweet" button is recognizable enough to stand without wording.
- The non-essential menu, currently displayed on the right column is now hidden behind a Hamburger Menu interface, along with other secondary pages.
Please have a look at the attachments for more interface changes.
The free icon font "Feather" was used for this layout. Made by @ColeBemis. Content such as photos, text and logos belong to their respective owners.