refreshed facebook design interface concept by fred nerby refreshed facebook design interface concept by fred nerby
jan 08, 2013

refreshed facebook design interface concept by fred nerby

refreshed facebook design interface concept by fred nerby

 

 

conceived by swedish interactive art director fred nerby as a conceptual systematic design approach,the imagined layout to the largest networking platform in the world – yes, we’re talking about facebook here –focuses on a more streamlined solution for the online platform. by implementing a tile format torefresh the existing networking site, the designer works around a fluid grid with 7×8 columns,to provide a more engaging experience.

  

profile page / wall

pages triggered on click, slide effect with easeIn / easeOut effects

 

 

 

about page

 

 

my dashboard / news grid view

responsive panels – selectable views with a fluid layout

 

 

profile page / photos

fluid grid, 7×8 columns – thumbnail view and effects

 

 

 

news dashboard / list view

 

 

nerby introduces a primary & secondary column for filtering posts, creating a greater personalised experience. the option to favour close friends or eliminate posts of less importance while keeping friends within the account.

* ‘close friends’ vs ‘all friends’

 

 

 

events page – list view

 

 

company profile page

responsive wall feature example of adobe

 

 

 

find friends

 

 

the ajax driven search engine enables users to search within profiles with immediate search-results triggered by the interface. friends are sorted by category in the side panel, where filters and data is managed by the user.

 

 

facebook splash screen / login

user login and creation of accounts

 

 


facebook prototype – conceptional approach 
  • But it seems the nokia lumia interface design!!! good idea to have some Hype around itself…

    sarah g says:
  • good design………

    THIOK says:
  • also looks like the Platform interface

    I’m likin’ this new lexicon that’s beginning to pop up all over – less reliance on often ineffective icons

    dbkii says:
  • I want to be a really close friend to Melissa as well 😉

    Johannes Paulus says:
  • wow…!!! Good design interface…
    (Mr. Zuckerberg, do not think too much, is a very good idea …)

    ivanm says:
  • windows 8 fans?

    Matt Ive. says:
  • Looks great, but what does it look like if you have ugly friends?

    Allix says:
  • I don’t like this at all.

    grace says:
  • Big improvement and nice design. More easy to use than the current interface I think.

    Maarten says:
  • Love it. Just brilliant. It is beautiful and eye catching. The real Facebook now just looks awful.

    Jay says:
  • how to make my facebook like this??

    chacha says:
  • nice

    jay says:
  • amazing

    jay says:
  • great

    winfred says:
  • hey

    sharnjiit garcha says:

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