You’ve probably seen it in use all over the Internet
by Matteo Della Chiesa
Both the illustrations features a blue color scheme for the main look and golden-yellow tones for details. These colors obviously represent Pepsi’s colors, and so their brand too. Another important detail that characterize Marcou’s style is the visual representation of motion. In fact, both the players show dynamic positions. Dynamism is represented with lines and straight shapes, dictated by the player’s movements.
Opera’s USP is an unique technology that compress data with no quality loss, giving users more content for less data usage.
The navigation bar features a minimalistic and clean look, also by using an unusual layout. On the left side, there are 5 huge links that allow users to navigate through the pages. On the right side there are small links that highlight their social media and a search bar.
The home page features only two sections. The first is a slide that shows Collections available for sale, and the second shows informations regarding the agency.
The Models page features a list of all their models, alphabetically filtered from A to Z. Also this layout is really interesting and unique. It features written black texts, a single model’s photo on the bottom left corner and a lot of white space. By clicking on the “more” link in the central bottom part of the page, you can access to the model’s page.
From here, you can see more informations about the model, such as the biography, height and agencies. Also this page’s layout is intriguing, because it features a big image that cover 3/5 of the screen with a huge H1 title which defines the model’s name. All the other informations are listed on a single column below the title. On the very far right side of the page, there is another slide that allows users to scroll through other photos of the model.
In this Facebook Redesign I tried to modify some minor things to provide a more delightful experience to the users. The avatars changed to circles following the common pattern. I used the similar layout for the person and pages with a ratio based flexible grid system (2, 5, 3). Finally I used the fresh colours and updated the typefaces as well.
The current Facebook design lacks of readability for the comment sections, because there aren’t real visual divisors between the author, comment and actions. Every element seems too cluttered, which makes the content difficult to analyze and read. Unfortunately, Roland didn’t try to resolve this issue. It could have been interesting to see his take on this situation.
In today’s workplace, people spend 61% of their time managing work rather than doing it. […]
We want to bring that 61% as close to zero as possible. So we’re building products that make it easier to find the information you need, stay up to date on projects, and work more seamlessly as a team. And today, we have the first of those products and features ready for you.
In January 2017, Dropbox’s Design team announced four completely new Product. They refreshed the Home Page, the web application and launched two new Products.