Google Redesign

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Andy Rutledge does a superb job redesigning the Google.com homepage, managing to keep what works in the clean white-space interface, while bringing true structure to the page and giving it a more modern sheen.

Considering Google’s homepage is largely the same as it was when the company started, it can almost be considered dated, and Andy makes good points as to how the extra links are cluttering the page and placed haphazardly. I wouldn’t mind if Google switched on that page immediately. Anyone want to create a working version?

There are good arguements that Google’s homepage is iconic, and it is, but it has gotten more complex, slowly, and it is beginning to suffer under the strain. The blue sheen Rutledge adds provides a nice division that keeps extraneous links away from the search box, and keeps the illusion of massive white space.

Check out Google Redux. His eBay Redux is even better.

(via Phillip > Digg)

Nathan Weinberg writes the popular InsideGoogle blog, offering the latest news and insights about Google and search engines.

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