TechCrunch has screenshots of the MySpace redesign that launches next week. Adaptive Path were involved in the design and IA process.

Los Angeles based social network MySpace, which has 115 million monthly visitors worldwide (Comscore, April 2008), will be launching a redesign of its site next week. The first phase of the project, internally called “MySpace 2.0,” will launch on Wednesday June 18.

The changes affect five major areas of the service: homepage, navigation, profile editor, search and the MySpaceTV Flash player.

Search looks very much improved, as does the home page. The profile theme editor also looks much easier to use.