Facebook Redesign

How Facebook Could Fix Its Forgettable New Features

At least Facebook didn't break anything, but the extra feeds and search box it recently launched have yet to drastically improve my experience. The homepage redesign is pretty, but I keep forgetting t

Facebook Redesign Kills Ticker, Almost

Tired of seeing every inane detail of yours friends lives pop up in that annoying Facebook sidebar ? Well apparently Facebook was too as the redesign announced yesterday eliminates Ticker for some, an

Facebook’s Riskiest Bet Yet. Can It Uproot A Billion People’s Behavior?

"Fortune Favors The Bold" reads a 20-foot-tall poster in the room where Facebook unveiled its redesigned news feed. It's possibly the most looked-at page on the Internet, and if we don't like the chan

Hands-On With The New Facebook And Its Boredom-Killing Feeds [TCTV]

There's always something else to browse on the redesigned Facebook unveiled today. Instead of churning through the main feed until you hit reruns and leave, Facebook hopes to keep you switching betwee

For Businesses, Facebook’s Redesign Means Bigger Ads, A Pages Feed, But A Friends-Only Section Too

Today at Facebook's big news feed announcement, it made photos for users bigger, but the ads in the news feed will be getting bigger, too. A Facebook representative explained "We're taking all the con

Facebook’s Focus On Mobile-Inspired Consistency Is All About Getting Facebook “Out Of The Way”

Today, Facebook vice president of product Chris Cox discussed Facebook’s newfound focus on design consistency, something the company calls “mobile-inspired.” Today, with its news fee

Facebook Updates Its Photo Experience To Be More “Immersive” In News Feed, Timeline And Albums

Today, Facebook has announced sweeping design changes to its News Feed, along with a total overhaul of its Photo experience. Photos are a huge part of what makes Facebook so engaging, and the company

Facebook Launches Feeds For Photos, Music, Friends-Only, And More

Today at Facebook HQ, Mark Zuckerberg just unveiled a new look for news feed that uses a "mobile-inspired" consistent design across devices, lets you drill into specific content type feeds, and offers