Google search will get a new design in the coming days

Big Google Search UI Changes Inbound for Mobile

One was to make it easier for users to read text by making it bigger and bolder; this will help the human eye scan and understand Google Search results faster.

However, the California-based company has now announced in a new blog post that it is bringing in a major revamp for the mobile Google Search platform. "I find it really refreshing".

The American multinational technology company Google is soon going to roll out a new design for its mobile search results.

She explained further that rethinking the visual design for Search has been very complex.

Google has modified the visible area within the incoming search end result to permit customers to see giant measurement pictures together with textual content whereas looking out. "We're not just arranging the web's information, but all the world's information", Aileen suggests. "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". The update also includes more of Google's font, which already shows up in Android and Gmail. "Just appear at the Research bar, or the magnifying glass", Aileen points out. It was Google designer Aileen Chang who spearheaded the design overhaul.

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Information is key and in focus. google wanted the search results to "shine" and allow people to only focus on information and not the other elements. You should spot what you're looking for that much faster, Google said.

Search results will also take up more of the width of your screen, thanks in part to reduced shadows. He said that we want to make the search easier for users. Google went for more rounded icons and imagery in other apps recently and now it is coming to Search.

In many ways, today's refresh is a continuation of the work Google did with its mobile search refresh in 2019. It chose a solid background without many colors and designs particularly to emphasize the content without distractions.