Google makes official its redesigned search results
Google began deploying massively users in the U.S. its redesigned Search results, which had previously only been available for some users while doing tests. The redesign eliminates the sidebar and shows more white space, trying to give a cleaner look to the results.
The company said in its official blog that “we have been working to create a consistent search experience in a wide variety of devices and screen sizes that people use today. We begin with the tablets last year, we took him to the mobile phones a few weeks ago and now we are deploying on the desktop “.
In the new configuration, options previously appearing in the left panel menus are now organized in a horizontal bar that appears just above the results. Some items in this menu are repeated in the black bar that goes up and that unfolds in all Google products, such as images, maps, and more.
The tools remain the same, only that they are located elsewhere. The redesign at the moment seems to be available only in English, but Google hopes to bring the changes into other languages “as soon as possible.”
What do you think about the change?
Link: Spiffing up your search results page (Inside Search Blog)Tags: Design, Google, redesign, Search, search results, Searches