Last week we got a sneak peek at some possible interface changes that we could see in Firefox 3.7, which showed definite influence from Google's Chrome browser.
Today designer Stephen Horlander showed of some more interface concepts that we might see when Firefox 4.0 rolls around.
"These are not final," Horlander declared once again on the webpage. "They are only for brainstorming [and] exploration."
Like with the Firefox 3.7 mockups, the minimalist but functional design of Chrome is crawling into the Mozilla camp.
The way they implemented the tabs on top in the 2nd picture doesn't look hot though. Reminds me of Safari 4 Beta's clunky UI rather than Chrome's sleek one.
It's so convenient for casual everyday browsing. I really hope firefox gets it soon.
And also not a fan of making the address bar and the search bar all in one. It's bad enough telling an old relative to enter in a simple address and they put it in google instead.