After having imagined a new spectacular version of Facebook, Australian designer Fred Nerby tackles Twitter.
In an online world where aesthetics, pictures and videos prevail more and more, and where tactile interfaces and variable resolutions have a great influence on ergonomic design, we must admit that Twitter and Facebook are not the most advanced websites…
Some may think otherwise, but these two platforms, yet amongst the giants of the web, are do not have the finest design and are not always intuitive.
On the one hand, Twitter clearly underestimates its visuals potential, which leads many twittos to opt for unofficial applications to connect to the platform. On the other, the amount of features Facebook offers sometimes it too complex… without mentioning that each new version is not always revolutionary.
That’s what designer Fred Nerby has intended to highlight in his two conceptual videos. Apart from giving the interface a trendy design, Nerby completely redesigns the two platforms by adding the features he considered were missing.