The news was broken on Twitter on September 24 where Justin Timberlake (one of the new shareholders) tweeted a video teaser for the new redesigned and improved MySpace. If it is to judge by the spot, which shortly describes the new user experience fans can expect when the website launches officially, it is going to be awesome, to say the least. Okay, the general aesthetics resembles the one of the Windows 7 Mobile and the yet to be released Windows 8, but because of that we can expect its prime attribute to be its simplicity and user friendliness. The current logo with the “space symbol” is ditched, and the old one is being introduced in a slightly changed state. Take a look at the video and some previews below:
MySpace logo throughout the history
Some people already posted comments about this being a very necessary step for MySpace, but that it unfortunately came too late. What do you think, is the redesign going to be enough to bring this social network dinosaur back among the living? Justin Timberlake already announced support from his fellow artists, maybe that will help?