Google Search gets a facelift
The rework is now evident when visiting Google.com. Nothing too major has gone on and it still closely resembles your favorite search location, but with some added freshness. Along the top of the page when logged in, users are now presented with a list of Google services along with their Google Account services including Web, Images, Video, News, Maps, Mail and a drop down to reach Calendar, Docs, Groups, Blogs, Books, Patents, Notebook, Web History and My Account.
A little freshness has been added to the styling of the page, where a few slight tweaks have been made. There is now a gradient box above the results for an added feeling of depth surrounding the Results numbers. Google has now also pushed the page listing on the bottom to align on the left instead of the center, and added a Google search box, again in a gradient box at the bottom under the results. It's nice to see these subtle changes, they add a refreshing little perk to the Search site and give it a more polished feel.
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