This week I saw an article about a new Facebook Concept and how people, mainly those related to the web field, would love to see a new look and feel for the Social Network. Then I decided to feature some other Facebook redesign concepts I have seen out there. Check that out and share with us your thoughts! ROF TENTIK Facebook’s design has been widely discussed among designers and users, and I’ve seen plenty of criticism: “Why is the design of Facebook’s desktop site so bad?”, “Facebook has a deeper problem than just Vine/Twitter”, “Do anyone else find Facebook to have an ugly design?”. Having reviewed some of the critiques, I decided to try giving it a facelift. What started as a fun side project eventually lead to the Facebook Flat Chrome extension. PONTUS WELLGRAF More and more websites are taking advantage of the increasing popularity and development of higher resolution and full screen layouts to show it's content with full effect. I believe that it's about time for Facebook to step up the game by going full screen and replacing all the empty spaces with intuitively and signficant content. FRED NERBY The concept reached 20 Milion online views within the first week of launch with an estimated global press coverag of 50 Milion readers world wide. JAMES BERGEN PLUMMER I'm loving Google's material design guidelines and thought I'd try out a refresh of everyone's favorite social network..
This is a very cool redesign concept from Roland Hidvegi a designer from Budapest, Hungary. Youtube is one of the most visited websites in the world and is part of google design so it's cool to see a different view and how other designers would approach it. Check it out! For more from Roland Hidvegi visit behance.net/rolandhidvegi. Everybody knows YouTube and everybody loves it. I tried to create a quick but feasible facelift included the existing features and functionalities. I used the current system as a starting point and worked on the primary visual layer to create a more loveable experience.
Ukrainian designer Ruslan Aliev designed a concept for a new gmail with the intent to facilitate the working process with emails. Take a look and let us know what you think about his version of gmail. For more from Ruslan Aliev visit behance.net/isanovich.
This is a really cool project by two students from Denmark. They branded and designed an entire website for the fiction culinary brand Noma North. Check it out. This project was done by Jimmy Laursen and Louise Sender. Noma North is a new culinary concept that takes the guests out in the nature and gets them as close to the ingredients and their origin as possible. Each year 12 destinations are picked (one for each month) but not revealed - this will only happen one month in advance to maintain mystery and excitement. On the site we really wanted to highlight the local and high quality produce and ingredients, but at the same time make the user 'explore' the site. This was a school project and fictional. Therefore we take no credit and/or have no copyright for the images used.
FIFA is one of the best-selling video game franchises, with more than 100 million copies worldwide. This experimental project by Brazilian designer Rodrigo Bellão is about the redesign of the game interface focusing on Playsation 3 and exploring FIFA13 features. For more from Rodrigo Bellão visit bellones.net and behance.net/Bellones. Please keep in mind that this is a personal project and it's not related with Eletronic Arts, all the game images I've used belong to them.
A Guide to Camping is an interactive iPad application concept designed to be a part of a larger series of guides for the common adventurer. The application is beautifully designed, with strong use of typography, illustration, and interaction with the user. Check it out! This concept was designed by Donica Ilda, for more about here visit donicaida.com. Donica Ida is a graphic designer from Hawaii. She's inspired by do-gooders, good thinkers, geometry, and the great outdoors.