Creative Reddit Homepage UI Redesigns

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No other social news website comes close to the popularity of Reddit. Users have the ability to create their own subreddits and grow mini-communities within the website.

It’s known as Digg’s greatest competitor which grew rapidly after the Digg v4 release. However Reddit’s design remains almost exactly the same as it looked in the beginning.

I personally prefer the current design because it’s familiar and consistent. But it’s always fun to think about alternatives and consider how the site could be designed. It seems other designers feel the same way, and that’s what you’ll find in this collection of spec redesigns for Reddit’s website.

Reddit Homepage

leygerman reddit homepage redesign
Original source designed by Igor Leygerman

Today I Learned Reimagined

jessica wang redesign til reddit
Original source designed by Jessica Wang

Reddit Redesign

big redesign reddit ui
Original source designed by Josh Somers

Orangered Reddit

reddit red design ui homepage
Original source designed by Joseph A Barrientos

Minimal Reddit

minimal reddit redesign
Original source designed by Veera Watchara

Rethinking Reddit

rethinking the reddit homepage
Original source designed by Mark Amadio

Clean UI

white redesign dark graphics reddit
Original source designed by Mohamed Nasser

FB-Style Reddit

reddit feed ui facebook style
Original source designed by Brady Valentino

Thumbnails

reddit thumbnails homepage layout
Original source designed by Sean Tremaine

As Minimal As Possible

reddit whitespace redesign simplified
Original source designed by Mackenzie Child

Reddit Redesign(Alt)

leygerman reddit redesign version 2
Original source designed by Igor Leygerman

AMA for Mobile

reddit AMA app ui redesign
Original source designed by Nirzar Pangarkar

Reddit with Columns

reddit columns redesign homepage
Original source designed by Rodrigo Esch

Author: Jaime Morrison

Jaime is a jr. designer interested in mobile UI/UX research and frontend web development with JavaScript frameworks. He covers general news and useful resources in the web design space.