Is This LinkedIn User Interface Prototype Cool Enough?
Australia-based designer Flavio Argemi and agency Zero have brought up a revamped prototype for LinkedIn’s user interface. The third party designer for the social network claims that the purposed concept will enchant users with its look and trouble-free navigation.
“Created in collaboration with innovation agency Zero, this concept for LinkedIn explores an improved user experience and interface for the professional network, while introducing new tools and considering how we might undertake business in the future,” Argemi told.
The overhauled design brings a new dashboard and voice commands. Which supposedly will ameliorate users’ experience on mobile devices. Moreover, the designer has incorporated a new AI system which will provide users with the content befitting their behavior.
In addition to this, the prototype enhances communicative competence of users with “LiveTranslate.” The aforesaid functionality will remove the language barriers, hence letting people talk with the speakers of languages that are different then their own.
According to a news source, despite redesigning the site for several design, the site has never been very popular with its design. The latest redesign occurred in January, in which some important changes were made in user profile section. It was this overhaul that enabled users to add larger profile pictures with a background image.
LinkedIn Corporation was launched in 2003. Since than it has earned quite a repute as a professional networking site. The firm now boosts of over 300 million+ members.
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Abubaker Zahoor writes on diverse topics with special interest in innovations, tech-ethics, and inter-and intra- organizational business relationships.