Google Search: A New Google Homepage Experiment

June 28, 2011
Filed under: Featured, Google 

Another day, another Google experiment. This time, Google tests a new design for the homepage that combines two experimental features that have already been used (the black navigation bar and the blue search button) with a new way to display the links to Google’s corporate pages: at the bottom of the page.





Google has been testing a lot of UI changes for the homepage and the search results pages and it’s obvious that some of them will be included in a new interface that will be released soon. Google does away with many traditional features (the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button could be removed from the homepage, the link to the cached version of a search result could be hidden, while snippet URLs could be replaced by the name of the site) and tries to emphasize the navigation bar, which is likely to include new social features.

{ Thanks, Riccardo and Pascal. }

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