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Google redesigns Search on mobile to simplify user experience

Google redesigns Search on mobile to simplify user experience”

"I find it really refreshing". In the new design, the current categories of the search show in black color instead of blue. She added that they are not just organizing the web information but also the information from all over the world. "We started with organising web pages, but now there's so much diversity in the types of content and information we have to help make sense of".

So what can we expect from this redesign?

The search giant shared the development through a blog post with some insights from the designer who led the visual redesign.

Google Search on mobile is being redesigned to give it a fresh look and make it easier for users to find what they are looking for. "We're creating the outcome and area titles bigger, as very well", Aileen claims.

The company has not said anything about such enhancements for the desktop version of Google Search.

Information is key and in focus Google wanted to search results "shine" and allow people to just focus on information and not other elements. "It's about simplifying the working experience and acquiring persons to the info they are looking for as plainly and swiftly as achievable".

Google Search interface

To do this, Google does not skimp in drafting texts.

The Google team has focused on content and images against a clean background, and using colour more intentionally to guide the eye to important information without being overwhelming or distracting on mobile.

Be on the lookout for these changes to hit your mobile device in the coming days! What exactly does that mean? These will take up more space in the width of the screen, thanks to the reduction of side shadows. The new look keeps things simple. Now the search bar and magnifying glass can also be quite round in the search.

While making these changes, Cheng also made it a point to stick with a design that could be instantly recognized as being from Google.

At long last, the organization said that clients will see Google Search is presently "bubblier and bouncier".

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