Today Facebook has introduced a new, bold, mobile-inspired News Feed design at its News Feed event. If you are excited to get your hands onto the new experience, you might be disappointed: the roll-out to the Web will start today, but Facebook noted that it will be moderate in how quickly it introduces the changes. This is likely to help the firm avoid moving too quickly, and disrupting the user experience with a design that could contain flaws.

Goodbye Clutter: Hello bright, beautiful stories.

According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckeberg, the new design that helps make you see and feel things that users will care about. He believes that it should be more like a personalized newspaper that allows users to not only give them the top stories in the news and also socially relevant and local content from friends and family around you. He also said that the new design sets out to be focused on visual design and it’s focusing on three things:

  1. Rich stories that are visually engaging
  2. Choice of different feeds and dig into any topic you want
  3. Mobile consistency that shares the same experience across different platforms.

Facebook’s applications for mobile devices will be updated over the next few weeks. The new design will be released first for iOS devices, and later for Android. In short, in a month’s time it appears that Facebook’s new News Feed will be live everywhere, for everyone. watch the video to know more about new design. If you want to cut to the head of the line, hit up this link and tell Facebook you want in.