What Facebook’s Timeline Changes Mean For the Look of Brand Pages [Gallery]

How will brands update their look on Facebook after Timeline feature will be active? No one’s gone public yet, but Mashable asked some advertising and design agencies to take a whack at it.

  • McCann Digital: the Israeli digital ad agency experiments with its own Facebook pageMcCann Digital: the Israeli digital ad agency experiments with its own Facebook page
  • Skinny reimagines its own Facebook Page.Skinny reimagines its own Facebook Page.
  • Big Spaceship agency reimagines its own Facebook presence.Big Spaceship agency reimagines its own Facebook presence.
  • Burberry: from New York agency Skinny.Burberry: from New York agency Skinny.
  • Mercedes-Benz: from SkinnyMercedes-Benz: from Skinny
  • Harley-Davidson: from Skinny.Harley-Davidson: from Skinny.
  • Kanye West: from SkinnyKanye West: from Skinny
  • RedBull: from Ryan KennedyRedBull: from Ryan Kennedy
  • The Muppets: from Ryan KennedyThe Muppets: from Ryan Kennedy
  • Coca-Cola: from Ryan KennedyCoca-Cola: from Ryan Kennedy
  • McDonald's: from SkinnyMcDonald's: from Skinny

Facebook’s Timeline announcement last week have already gotten marketers to rethink how they will use the platform, but what about their brand pages?

Facebook hasn’t said anything specific about how the likes of Coca-Cola or McDonald’s might take advantage of the new design, though it looks like those, too, will change radically.

“Consistency in both functionality and appearance is really important to Facebook,” a Facebook rep tells Mashable, “so we hope to make Pages more consistent with the new Timeline in the future.”

How will brands update their look on Facebook? No one’s gone public yet, but Mashable asked some advertising and design agencies to take a whack at it. Thanks to Skinny, Big Spaceship, Ryan Kennedy and McCann Digital in Israel for their hard work in creating these ‘brand pages.’

Editor’s Note: The gallery above shows what some of these pages could look like. None of these brands have actually signed off on these designs. [via Mashable]

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