Redesigns are always fun. I mean that both seriously and sarcastically, as in many redesigns of things can be both good and bad. If done well, a redesign of a product or service can take a little time to get used to, but eventually people will like it. In other situations, when the redesign isn’t viewed as well in the end, where people end up not loving the new look, things can be potentially disastrous.
We’ve seen redesigns of many services online, such as Facebook, as an example, and sometimes people say they don’t like the newest look Facebook has given their site. But others have had positive reactions to the changes as well. Google has also gone through changes in their look, and lately, they’ve been doing it again. They’ve been doing a bit of testing with a redesign in their overall SERP format, as well as their AdWords block. Unlike other times, Google has rolled out these changes to a large chunk of their audience.
In a recent post written by Dr. Peter J. Meyers, we’ll get to see the difference between the old format and new format of Google’s changes. There are certainly some differences, but not to the point where they will break it and cause an audience uprising. Small and steady wins the race, right?
To check out the differences between the new and old designs, follow the link below!
Moz Blog: Google’s 2014 Redesign: Before and After