• Matthew R. MillerMatthew R. Miller, 7 years ago

    Great to see they've placed less emphasis on follower count.

    17 points
  • Ryan MurphyRyan Murphy, 7 years ago

    Shame they took prominence away from the team you're in. considering it is a big angle of theirs to push.

    8 points
  • Surjith S MSurjith S M, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    Glad that they are not following Fb/Twitter method like this. :-P

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    8 points
  • Account deleted 7 years ago

    Looks good, although the "More" link is not consistent with the three dots icon used in the top navigation.

    4 points
  • Joseph BarrientosJoseph Barrientos, 7 years ago

    the stats type is a little light and hard to read. other than that I like this version!

    3 points
    • Oz PinhasOz Pinhas, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

      My thought exactly. Considering Helvetica Neue's legibility on OS X and Twitter's shift to Gotham, I really wish they used a different web type.

      2 points
  • Adam T.Adam T., 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    These are certainly clean, but the iconography could use some work, especially on mobile where they are displayed without labels. I've seen all three of those icons used to represent the same thing before.

    Mobile Profile

    2 points
  • Jason KirtleyJason Kirtley, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    I don't know, feels kind of half baked to me. I'm not saying do a twitter style - that would feel totally wrong. Just feel it could be a bit better. It is odd that you can't look at a player and see what team they are associated with.

    2 points
  • Tino CellupicaTino Cellupica, 7 years ago

    For some sites I can see the point because the content fits. But what is anyone supposed to do with a header image in LinkedIn? What am I supposed to put there? A letterboxed image of me doing work? Networking? Looking like someone from a cheesy stock photo shaking hands with a businessman?

    1 point
    • Ian GoodeIan Goode, 7 years ago

      All those things plus a whiteboard in the background with a big random brainstorm diagram featuring the recruiter buzzword skills that are endorsed on your profile.

      2 points
  • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, 7 years ago

    really well done and, unlike Twitter's new profiles, the "more" dropdown actually makes sense.

    i could see this being reasonable as a makeshift portfolio.

    1 point
  • Bushra MahmodBushra Mahmod, 7 years ago

    I really like these! It makes sense to have a quick bio and contact link be up front and center. I also like that they hid 'following'.

    1 point
  • CGR MattijsCGR Mattijs, 7 years ago

    Anyone made more than 21k likes? :D https://dribbble.com/SeegerMattijs/likes

    0 points
  • John Doe, 7 years ago

    Looks slick and much more streamlined.

    0 points
  • Kevin RabinovichKevin Rabinovich, 7 years ago

    Why is the More menu so close to the profile picture?

    0 points
    • John ChouraJohn Choura, 7 years ago

      This was the first thing I noticed, feels like a mistake.

      0 points
    • John ChouraJohn Choura, 7 years ago

      Dude, just disabled my Dribbble HD Chrome extension, and it totally fixed the problem. The Dribbble HD makers need to fix that bug.

      2 points
  • Dmitri LitvinovDmitri Litvinov, 7 years ago

    They did an awesome job, looks great.

    0 points