General | Jun 1, 2016 | Master3395
Provides social media an ever so small facelift.
If you are fed the traditional Facebook-designed and may feel it is a bit unclear, this may be the solution you've been waiting for.
At The Next Web writes developer and user interface designer Rof Tentik how a Chrome extension came out of an initial hobby project.
After reading several negative charged articles about Facebook's design, particular Tentik to give social media a vaguely face.
The extension "Facebook Flat" is the result of this and assume screens seems like a decent improvement, but it will be up to everyone to decide for themselves.
Do you use Chrome and want to check out "Facebook Flat", go to the Google Chrome Web Store. After you've installed it, you can disable it at any time via a button on the top left of the page.