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Article No :362 | July 14, 2008 | by Alex Schleifer
You can now get a sneak peak of Facebook’s new profile design right here — not sure what to make of it yet but key actions are far more prominent.
Alex is CEO of Sideshow , an award winning creative agency. You can read his blog here.
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You need to be logged into Facebook to see it. If you don’t have a Facebook account, see Mashable for screenshots.
Personally, I really don’t like the new design. It’s very jarring and for many long-term users, they will be very confused as to where everything has disappeared to.
It looks like the new design is rolling out steadily. They’ve now added the “Welcome to the new Facebook” and “Back to the old Facebook” links…
Most people should be able to acceitiss it by visng www.new.facebook.com
Personally I think it’s a major improvement over the previous version, and if there’s one thing I really appreciate it’s the greater width.
Also the navigation all of a sudden makes sense. For a site that has been out there for so long, and had such success with a huge user base, their navigation really sucked.
Now I know how to use Facebook, if not for the first time…
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