Future Firefox UX


Stephen Horlander has made some very lovely and inspired, albeit very Chrome reminiscent, browser design for a future version of Firefox.

Sure, it’s all speculative and an early iteration, but there’s a lot to like here. I’m particularly a fan of the total rejiggering of the menu item, which looks like it also serves as an extension shelf.

For too long, the topmost menu has served as a dumping ground for features, symbolizing feature creep and a lack of usability focus. Moving towards a single menu button with large finger friendly buttons is delicious.

2 thoughts on “Future Firefox UX”

    1. Joen says:

      James John Malcolm,

      Yeah, it’s quite nice!

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