A brief history of Facebook pages                          Tabs are displayed at      ‘App Tabs‘ are pushed to   Timeline....
1. General layout.Header image                                                   historyProfile image                About...
5. Apps                                   Entire websites can be pushed in this                                   space  ...
‘pin’ posts, these posts stay at the top of the feed  promoting posts
7. Todos                                  2    1                                 Add brand description and                ...
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Facebook timeline for brands

  1. 1. A brief history of Facebook pages Tabs are displayed at ‘App Tabs‘ are pushed to Timeline. the top, high visibility. the left. Facebook First ‘fangates’ pop up Stronger focus on user introduces ‘Pages input & interaction for brands’ ‘09 ‘10 ‘11 ‘12
  2. 2. 1. General layout.Header image historyProfile image About the brand Featured tabs Pinned posts
  3. 3. 5. Apps Entire websites can be pushed in this space  no fundamental redesign of websites. Higher resemblance between Facebook and original website Full 810px for content vs. 520px previously No change in app rules
  4. 4. ‘pin’ posts, these posts stay at the top of the feed  promoting posts
  5. 5. 7. Todos 2 1 Add brand description and 10 Choose a cover image information Feature important apps 3 5 Pin ‘top’ or ‘important’ posts ‘Highlight’ important 9 Clean up the wall events 4 Insert the back 8 catalog of the brand Remove the Adapt tab-content ‘fangate’ + reconstruct history 6 to 810px width Adapt the ‘Welcome’ tab 7
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