Rethinking Beme’s UX
Gabe Roeloffs

Some good advice, but maybe adding more buttons and changing features to suit new and clueless users goes against the core philosophies Neistat drives beme with: seamless sharing that doesn’t interrupt experience with extra app-interaction. The style — from the font to the ommisions of some mainstream functions— reminds me of Ello, a couple people’s clean-up approach to Facebook.

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