Scott Hatfield’s concept aims to make the site less confusing, proposing a cleaner header, a greater emphasis on pictures and clearer comment positions.
Drafted by web developer Scott Hatfield, this Reddit redesign aims to make the site less confusing, by simplifying the aesthetics and improving usability. He submitted the concept design to Business Insider, who asked their readers to “fix” Reddit.
The site can often be confusing and difficult to follow, especially for new users. Hatfield’s design evolves it from a link aggregator to a real media site. Some proposed features include a cleaner site header, a greater emphasis on pictures, and clearer comment positions. Click through to see what his concept redesign for Reddit looks like: