Googles new web design receiving mix reviews

on Wednesday,May 11,2011 21:05


Google tested out a couple new web designs for its search result page this past weekend, and some individuals refer to the new look as ugly, according to the Browser Media.

Google's new design includes more white areas and leaves space between results. There are no more blue links, which may be the biggest complaint of regular Google visitors, but rather a blue dotted line that separates each of the results.

Some individuals believe the more space causes extra scrolling and switching of pages, which makes it harder to locate the information. However, others think that it makes the site less cluttered and easier to read.

According to Cnet, the new design seems cleaner, easier to navigate and has a sense of sophistication. They also believe that the new search page may be a way for Google to incorporate more advertising spaces that might actually be of some interest to the viewers.

None of these changes are permanent, however, Google has just been trying them out in order to receive feedback. 

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