You may have noticed that in recent weeks Google has been testing a new streamlined search results page that introduces some notable design tweaks. Google has been testing the new and improved design for select users but now Google’s lead designer for search Jon Wiley has made things official by announcing the changes are rolling out to all desktop users. The improvements reflect much of the same changes the company introduced to its mobile search experience last year.

While the general look and feel of the results page hasn’t changed much, Google said the tweaks it has made will result in enhanced readability and “an overall cleaner look.” Here’s what you’ll notice:

We’ve increased the size of result titles, removed the underlines, and evened out all the line heights. This improves readability and creates an overall cleaner look. We’ve also brought over our new ad labels from mobile, making the multi-device experience more consistent.

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2 Responses to “Google rolling out cleaner, redesigned Search results page on desktops”

  1. I have it for a few weeks now just on my Mac and I thought it was a Mac customization. Well, look at that, I’m a select user! :-P

  2. bjtechnews says:

    It’s amazing that Google has time to do these modifications rather then fixing major issues like their web browser; Chrome.