Google announced a new update in the design of the mobile search results display page to use elements that make it easy to find what you want and fit smart phone screens and try to use them.
Now texts appear larger and darker than people, especially in some places, to draw the user’s attention directly to them while quickly browsing the search results page. Shadows behind text and other parts of the page are also softened to use most of the page width to display results.
The distinguishing feature is that Google has intentionally used colors to draw attention to some important parts. If you search for a keyword and the first result of Wikipedia appears, it will display to you in the form of buttons that directly connect you to the required paragraphs within it, and the most important thing is that it will color it in a color consistent with its subject, so if it were a plant it would look green And for one of the whales, it’ll be blue, and so on.
Google now displays more information at the top of the page so you can read it without having to scroll down. It also reduced some of the visual crowding to increase white spaces, and the ultimate goal is to make the page simpler in design and rich in content, facilitate browsing and reach the desired results quickly.
The new design will reach all users, starting today and in the coming days.