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How ‘Facebook’ should look like

Facebook is by far the largest networking platform around but the design (& UX) still feels old skool (and not in a good way). Then we came across a concept by Fred Nerby. He has s conceptional and systematic design approach encouraging user behaviour and a greater control of data within a responsive grid.

So we say: “Mark wake up and hire this guy (or give him a bucket of money for the concept before you steal it… again ;-)”

A conceptional and systematic design approach encouraging user behaviour and a greater control of data within a responsive grid.

The overall concept draws upon a systematic design approach encouraging user behaviour and a greater control of data. Today, Facebook is a natural part of peoples lives and it’s well known that a part of the platform’s success is caused by targeted and personalised information. This concept draws upon that theory by giving more control to the user of what they want and don’t want to see, creating a greater and more personal environment when interacting with the interface. The most difficult part of this project was to figure out how to do that by introducing elements such as filtering of friends and feeds in the News & Activity section, and that in itself, affects other areas of the concept as well.

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