DesignCrowd Finds The New Buttons Facebook Needs To Include

DesignCrowd Finds The New Buttons Facebook Needs To Include

The community of designers at DesignCrowd has conceived a series of icons Facebook could consider implementing as part of its ’empathy’ drive.

After the hype around whether Facebook was going to implement a ‘Dislike’ button, it seems more likely the social media giant will roll out a series of icons to denote empathetic reactions to posts.

So to give Mark Zuckerberg an idea of the options available to them, the design community at DesignCrowd devised some original ideas that pushed the right buttons. There’s a variety of icons that might come in useful for the frenetic food posters, baby bloggers, and the over-sharer.

Our winner – for all you food photographers out there (Graphic Design by januaryhill)

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The runner-up – allowing us to express a whole range of emotions (Graphic Design by My Dream’s Website Development)


A worthy bronze – TMI much? (Graphic Design by humibest)

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Another favourite – share the loving! (Graphic Design by Anna)


Okay, last one – don’t believe everything you see on the internet! (Graphic Design by humibest)


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