Join Our Live Video Hangout: Inside Myspace’s Dramatic Redesign

Can Myspace come back from the dead?

Join Our Live Video Hangout: Inside Myspace’s Dramatic Redesign

As we explore in the May issue, Myspace is attempting to do what few sites have managed to pull off: a back-from-the-dead comeback. In 2006 Myspace was not only the top social network but the most-visited site of any kind. Then Facebook came along with a simpler and superior user experience, rendering ad-cluttered Myspace irrelevant.

Central to the Myspace makeover is its elegant new design, by Josephmark, a digital design studio in Brisbane, Australia. The site could not feel more different. Dynamic visuals. Horizontal scrolling. Instant search without a search bar.

Join our Google+ Hangout right here on Friday, March 15th at noon E.T. as Josephmark CEO Ben Johnston and creative director Jess Huddart walk us through their work.

About the author

Chuck Salter is a senior editor at Fast Company and a longtime award-winning feature writer for the magazine. In addition to his print, online and video stories, he performs live reported narratives at various conferences, and he edited the Fast Company anthologies Breakthrough Leadership, Hacking Hollywood, and #Unplug.