Facebook recently has gone through many changes: the new Timeline, redesigned Messages, new Help Centre, Graph Search... most of Facebook has been redesigned lately to keep up-to-date. However, while these improvements may be a huge pro for the user, it is a con in fragmentation.
For example, on the News Feed (triggered by the home link) has a navigation sidebar to navigate through most of the site. When you go to your Timeline, though, it disappears, disabling access to most of the site and forces you to go back home. It's annoying. The concept above remedies this obstacle.
A new button, to the left of Facebook logo pops up this navigation sidebar whenever it isn't shown in default on the page (not shown in this part). The rest of the site has also been redesigned for visual eye-candy.
Please post your feedback below. A fave is also appreciated.UPDATE 2.1
Changed the top navigation bar to be more like Graph Search Beta.
Moved News Feed's sort button to new post box.UPDATE 2.0
Rebuilt from the ground up.
Inspired by Facebook's new Graph Search design: [link]PREVIOUS VERSIONSACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
London Panorama from geograph.org.uk: [link]
John Appleseed's profile picture from Fotopedia (he looks a lot like Mark Zuckerberg): [link]
Subpixel Rendering of text (you should seriously check it out) from Thomas Maier: [link]