MySpace and Sequence

While the social media arena has seen its share of contenders, MySpace remains the most heavily trafficked site on the web, and easily the largest in its class. Therefore it’s no wonder when the networking giant makes a change, people notice.

Today MySpace launched improvements to its design and architecture. And now that the proverbial cat is out of the bag, our office is proud to announce our collaboration with San Francisco-based Adaptive Path for the launch of the new designs. Our collaborative efforts began six months ago with AP as they lead the charge with effective interaction solutions. Sequence stepped in to create visual designs for the global navigation, the splash page and the profile editor—all of which you can see at myspace.com.

Stay tuned as we comment further on our personal and professional experiences during the MySpace redesign.

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  1. […] reality, much thanks to my colleague Ryan’s close collaboration with the MySpace team and Sequence, our visual design partner, over the past 6 months. Congrats to […]

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