Briefing Facebook design Feb10

By , February 27, 2010 7:45 pm


  1. It received least resistance among users. Partly because this design leaves the feed unchanged.
  2. Control items were changed. The left menu gives me the immediate impression of a Microsoft Task Bar.
  3. The search bar is moved in between, centralizing social search and reminding me of Google. Of course, search is powered by Microsoft Bing.
  4. Strategic move: high-light(er) applications and games without interfering with news feed. War with Apple apps?
  5. Personally I like the idea of utilizing Facebook as a news reader. Apparently it can’t replace Google Reader and Twitter, but many people I care about are on Facebook, not Twitter.

Conclusion: this is what I believe a web platform should be like.

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