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Freebie: Facebook Fan Page GUI PSD


Today we are glad to release a yet another freebie: a Facebook Fan Page GUI PSD, designed by Hike1 and released for Smashing Magazine and its readers. The PSD will speed up the process of creating previews, thus sparing you from drawing all the comps and letting you customize all the texts, buttons and data as you need. All layers are vectorized, allowing you to scale up the GUI without loss of quality. The mock-up is 100% pixel-accurate, it has 4 viewing modes (default wall, wireframe wall, default tab, wireframe tab), all layers labeled and grouped. Smart guides are included. The PSD is compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS3+.

With every update Facebook performs to its fan page design, Hike reproduces it 24 hours later and updates its download link with the latest version. The main idea behind this PSD was to provide all designers and agencies with a useful tool that will improvs their daily workflow when it comes to preparing Facebook-related previews for their clients or internal presentations. As usual, the goodie is absolutely free to use in private and commercial projects.


Download the PSD for free! Link

You can use the freebie for all your projects for free and without any restrictions. Please link to this article if you want to spread the word. You may modify the file as you wish.


Features Link

  • 100% pixel-accurate
  • 4 viewing modes (default wall, wireframe wall, default tab, wireframe tab)
  • Fully vectorized
  • Limitless scaling
  • All layers labeled
  • Smartly grouped
  • Completely editable
  • Includes smart guides
  • CS3+ compatible
  • Always up to date

Previews Link

Tab wireframe (large preview)9

Default wall (large preview)11

Wall wireframe (large preview)13

Layer Pallett (large preview)15

Behind the Design Link

As always, here are some insights from the designer:

“From our own experience we knew how time consuming it could be to have to recreate or prepare a decent Facebook template that allows you to implement custom tab graphics, profile banners etc. It’s a real pain and waste of time and it only takes away your focus from the actual artwork. At Hike we once decided to invest multiple days into creating a complete Photoshop template that would allow us to create design previews on the fly.

What sets this PSD apart from similar files is the fact that with every update Facebook performs to its fan page design, Hike reproduces it 24 hours later and updates its download link with the latest version. As listed under Features above, we actually reproduced each and every pixel of Facebook’s fan page UI. The PSD includes 4 viewing modes for the most common design tasks and it’s fully vectorized. Thanks to smart grouping and clever labeling, everybody will easily get along in our PSD. If you have suggestions for improving the file or feel like something is still missing, feel free to post it on our Fan Page wall and we will respond. Follow @HikeSocialApps for updates!”

Thank you, guys! We appreciate your work and your good intentions.

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  1. 1

    Perfect timing! :) Thank you Hike & SM.

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    Wow, thanks for all your hard work! This saves so much time! :)

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    Was looking for the same since a long time, thank you

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    Perfect, just what I needed!

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    Excellent timing. Thanks SM & Hike!

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    Great work. But just a small error, the right size for a profle image is 180x540px.


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      Hey Hugo, thanks for pointing this out. Of course you’re right and the correct height is 540px (it used to be 600px, but that’s old news). Expect it to be fixed with the next update which will become available on our fan page shortly.

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    Beautiful! Thank you so much, Hike.

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    This will be really useful, thanks! :) x

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    I just love SM for sharing this type of stuff, especially for free. Thank you :)

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    Great Job, thx for share

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    Thanks just what I was looking for! really useful :D

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    Hike definitely deserves a link for this! This is awesome.

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    Maybe a dumb question: How can this be useful? To design another facebook?

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    hey thanks for sharing

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    Noticed a typo, first one I have ever seen on Smashing Mag!

    Second par, third line:
    with a useful tool that will improvs their

    Great resource, thanks : )

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    This will make my life easy… thanks a bunch for sharing!

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    Great job….Thank you Hike :)

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    Good timing!
    This will be really useful, thanks!

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    Thumbs up! Plus perfect timing for me, too.

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    Thanks a ton for your great help. It is really too good.

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    Thank you!!!

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    Awesome stuff guys, thanks!

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    Just looking for something like that now: also for me perfect timing!!! Thanks so so much ;)))

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    And this is different from facebook screenshot how ? Why do i need all these layers when i cant event touch them in facebook? Seriously …

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      Yeh I have to say that a quick and dirty screen shot of the clients Facebook Page is really all I need – or ever will need. All those layers – making me feel a little woozy!

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    September 14, 2011 3:31 am

    haha designing web sites in Photoshop, some people are just gluttons for punishment.

    I mean look at those layers, it’s clearly the wrong tool for the job.


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    wow, a great PSD file, perfect for my Banner for Facebook dotcom product, heheh!

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    Off topic but I get very annoyed when you guys put “Mostly Vitaly, Sven, etc”. Just seems very unprofessional and attention hungry.

    I’m sure there’s another way to put it without sounding the way you do while at the same time giving certain people credit.

    Sorry just my two cents.


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