Google Search is getting a new, lighter, bubblier design for mobile devices. It’s rolling out “in the coming days.” Here’s what it looks like:
For reference, this is what the old search looked like:
Some of the changes include:
- A brighter design that allows people to focus on information “instead of the design elements around it.”
- Bolder text in search results, making it easier to distinguish between different types of information. This also includes using more of “Google’s own font.”
- Results are now edge-to-edge, rather than being framed in little cards with shadows. This gives results a little more room and eliminates some visual distraction
- Colors are used more purposefully, used to highlight certain types of information rather than distracting
- Everything is rounder for more of that Google-y vibe.
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Okay, so it’s not the most radical redesign in the world. But if you were wondering why things look different next time you do a Google search, now you know why. For more on the changes, you can read Google’s post here.
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Published January 22, 2021 — 22:01 UTC
This article is auto-generated by Algorithm Source: thenextweb.com