But beyond concept, there’s something curious happening with Instagram’s new design (shown above). As soon as you land on a profile, you’re met with a filtered, mosaic-style cover photo, an oddly familiar profile picture/username combination and even right-aligned stats. The new Instagram Web profile feels just like Facebook’s own profile design. In fact, if you tacked Facebook’s photo viewer right where your status updates normally go, you might end up confused as to which service you’re using. (via Instagram’s new profiles show it has been soaking up Facebook’s DNA since the acquisition - The Next Web)

But beyond concept, there’s something curious happening with Instagram’s new design (shown above). As soon as you land on a profile, you’re met with a filtered, mosaic-style cover photo, an oddly familiar profile picture/username combination and even right-aligned stats. The new Instagram Web profile feels just like Facebook’s own profile design. In fact, if you tacked Facebook’s photo viewer right where your status updates normally go, you might end up confused as to which service you’re using. (via Instagram’s new profiles show it has been soaking up Facebook’s DNA since the acquisition - The Next Web)

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  6. washuffitzidrivemetofirenze said: Exactly my initial impression as well
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