UX Timeline

See how some of today's best companies have evolved

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Would love to see Product Hunt on this list. 😀 Here's a screenshot from early 2014:
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Thanks for adding Product Hunt, @jacinthe_. Here it is: http://uxtimeline.com/producthun...
This is a pretty cool little site :) Looks like there is room for A LOT more startups. They should definitely add recently shut down companies too, e.g. Parse, Mailbox etc I'd also suggest taking out the '2004 - Homepage, no change' - if no change, no input would be better/cleaner?
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@bentossell agreed! Looking at the changes over time, and scrolling past a bunch of "no change" years takes away from the focus on the UX we're reviewing. Cool site!
@ranlearns @bentossell @alirtariq Thanks! Since the post on Product Hunt, I have received a lot of encouraging messages recently and I’m currently working on several improvements :)
Thanks for hunting my project @bentossell ! I spent a lot of time browsing Internet Archive and going back to the past like Marty Macfly ;) Please vote for the next Timeline by scrolling at the bottom of the page.
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@jacinthe_ any plans to do mobile app UX/branding timelines? That would be awesome. Perhaps crowdsource it and let users submit screenshots from various apps?
@j_ceniza Thanks for your support. I'll take your feedback into account :) Also, Shazam’s timeline is online with several screenshots Android and IOS ^^ http://www.uxtimeline.com/shazam...
"Timing, perseverance and 10 years of trying will eventually make you look like an overnight success." -Biz Stone
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Sometimes it's easy to forget that that overnight successes happen rarely. Even the iPod took a few generations to make measurable impact. This is a great visualization of how some of today's most well-known digital products have evolved over time. Looks like there's room to put PH in there ;)