Google Search is to get a major redesign look on your Mobile devices

Google Search is to get a major redesign look on your Mobile devices

Google Search is to get a major redesign look on your Mobile devices that will allow users to focus on the information, make text easier to read, have an edge-to-edge design and deeper use of color.

According to blog post, “Rethinking the visual design for something like Search is really complex. That’s especially true given how much Google Search has evolved. We’re not just organizing the web’s information, but all the world’s information,” said Google designer Aileen Cheng.

“We wanted to take a step back to simplify a bit so people could find what they’re looking for faster and more easily,” Aileen says.

The company has revealed five major aspects of the redesign

1. Bringing information into focus

  • Google Search redesign will allow users to focus on the information instead of the design elements around it that will make searching clearer and quicker.

2. Making text easier to read

  • The updates brings larger, bolder text, so that human eye can scan and understand Search results faster including result and section titles being bigger.
  • The update also includes more of Google’s own font.

 

3. Creating more breathing room

  • To make it easier to immediately see what you are looking for, the redesign brings edge-to-edge results and to minimizing the use of shadows.
  • This allows more visual space and breathing room for the search results and other content to take center stage.

4. Using color to highlight what’s important

  • Google Search redesign will allows users to use lots of bold colors to bring focus to important information.

5. Leaning into that “Googley” feeling

  • The roundness in the Google logo is being brought to other places including the icons and images. “That form is already so much a part of our DNA. Just look at the Search bar, or the magnifying glass,” Cheng adds.

The updates brings the fresh look and make it easier for users to find what they are looking for.

Google has not shared an exact date for this feature and it’s expected to rolls out in the coming days for all users.

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