This is the first in a series of posts exploring the design principles that have guided the design of social media’s timeline graphic.
We’re excited to share this first article with you all today.
We’ve been working on this design concept for months now, and we finally got to publish it today.
As you can see, we’ve gone through tons of different design iterations and iterations of the timeline graphic, and have come up with the final version we’re presenting today.
It’s not perfect, but it’s close.
We hope you’ll enjoy it.
Design principles For the first time, we took the design process from design school to design in less than an hour.
For a new designer, the process of figuring out a design principle is daunting.
We don’t want to overwhelm you with design principles for every single project you ever start working on, but we want to give you a general guide.
So, let’s go through this process of building a timeline graphic for a Facebook post.
We will be using Facebook’s timeline to demonstrate our design principles and our timeline graphic is designed to be fun and informative, which means that we want the graphic to look good and be readable and easy to read.
What’s a timeline?
Timeline is a graphical representation of time, as it is presented in the timeline displayed on your Facebook page.
The timeline graphic will show the time you have spent on a particular topic, such as watching a movie or watching a video.
To use a timeline, you will need a Facebook page, which will show you a summary of your posts on a specific topic, as well as an image showing the time your posts have been viewed.
To create a timeline for your Facebook post, you simply click on the timeline header icon in the upper left corner of your Facebook profile picture.
You’ll see a timeline icon next to the “Like” button on the right side of the Facebook profile page.
To view a timeline that has been created, select “View Timeline” from the menu at the top of the page.
If you select “Create Timeline,” a new window will open with the “Timeline” header and a list of all of your timeline’s posts.
You can click on any of the posts in the list to see them.
You will see a large preview of your post’s timeline, and you can click “Edit” to add, remove, and delete posts from the timeline.
You also can create a new timeline by clicking on a link on the Timeline header.
This will bring up a window where you can change the name of the new timeline, edit the image you want to use as a timeline header, and save it to your timeline.
Next, we want your posts to be interactive.
When you create a post, we are asking you to click a button to create an avatar, a video, or an image for the post.
The default avatar image is the standard one you see on your timeline, which can be viewed by clicking the “Show Details” button next to its title.
If your post does not use an image as its header, you can choose to have the avatar image appear in the post title.
We also have the option of showing the avatar in the caption box of your article.
If the post does use an avatar as its headline, you may want to add the avatar as a comment, too.
To add an avatar in your article, click on it in the header of your main Facebook post or any of your articles.
This brings up the “Add an Avatar” option on the bottom of the article page.
Clicking on it will take you to the Avatar page, where you will be asked to fill out a few simple information fields.
You should fill out the “name” field, “title,” “url,” “width,” and “height” fields, and “size” and “background color” fields.
If none of these fields are filled out, the avatar will not appear in your post.
To see your posts’ avatar, click the “View” button in the top right corner of the avatar.
To close the Avatar, click “Done.”
When you add an image to your post, it will appear in a new tab of your profile page and be visible to all of the people who have seen it.
When a person sees your avatar, they can click it to send you an email with a link to view it on their timeline.
To send an email to a specific person, simply click the “+” button at the bottom right of the image, and a confirmation email will be sent to that person.
To delete an image, click it in its header.
Once you have your image, you must click the delete button in your timeline header to delete it.
You do not need to close your timeline if you have an avatar or video attached.
We recommend using an image with a short description to help people remember the context of a post.
For example, if you are