Feedback

Google Tweaks Its Homepage

Software & AppsNews
by Michael Ide
, 29 Jun 2011News

Google has given its regular homepage a subtle makeover with other tweaks for the same planned for the future.

According to tech website The Inquirer, Google has made several tweaks here and there on its homepage, paving a path for many others to come to its other services over a period of time.

The makeover include a black coloured bar on the top of the homepage, a slightly smaller logo of the company, and a few links that have been moved downwards.

According to the blog post written by the creative director of digital department at Google, Chris Wiggins, the process to make homepage of Google Inc. look cleaner, simpler and more consistent will take place gradually.

“We’re working on a project to bring you a new and improved Google experience, and over the next few months, you’ll continue to see more updates. Even our classic homepage is getting a bit of a makeover,” said Wiggins.

Wiggins says that the current changes being incorporated into the website depend upon three important principles; Focus, to help users retrieve what they want; Elasticity- allowing users to transition from one device to another; and Effortlessness- to offer power to the users along with simplicity.   

Topics
blog comments powered by Disqus