Google changes search results page design

published May 6th, 2011 | categories: Companies, Google | all categories

Google unveiled its redesigned search engine results page this evening to users. The changes are expected to increase interactive and multi-media content in the companies search results. Don’t expect to see the results everywhere. Even now, the changes no longer appear in my CR-48. I suspect that Google just wanted the initial impressions. Overall reviews of the changes were not so great, with users citing the colors were too pale. What do you think?

Search engine results page as of 1830PST, May 6, 2011

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