Google is going for a design change on mobile devices. Aiming to simplify the look of search results, the company will redesign Google Search for mobile devices.
With the new design we will see larger and thicker texts
The appearance of search results on mobile devices will change, according to a blog post published by Google on Friday. Aileen Cheng, who directs the redesign, explains the issue in a published blog post as follows; “We wanted to take a step back to simplify it a little so that people could find what they were looking for faster and easier”
The redesign is 2011 to make faster scanning possible. Also in the new design we will see larger and thicker text, as well as text with more Google fonts. In addition, thanks to partially reduced shadows, search results will take up more width of your screen. The tech giant on redesign also states that colors will be used “more consciously” to help highlight important information without distraction.
According to the outputs from the new design being tested, there is more information at the top of the page, reducing some visual clutter. It is thought that this will make it easier to parse the results without forcing the user to scroll down too much to find what is being sought. Google says the revamped design will be available in the coming days.
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