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Finally replacing the ugly black  bar and continuing on their bulky design look:
New Google Design
On Wednesday, Google presented its new layout for their homepage, replacing with a hover over pop-up list their not so pretty black bar.
“Instead of the horizontal black bar at the top of the page, you’ll now find links to your services in a new drop-down Google menu nested under the Google logo,” writes technical lead Eddie Kessler — whose Google profile identifies him as a “cat herder” — in an official announcement blog post. “We’ll show you a list of links and you can access additional services by hovering over the “More” link at the bottom of the list. Click on what you want, and you’re off.”
Described as the roll out of the Google Redesign, Google is experimenting a very bulky display, almost as if Android started invading PCs. No wonder this occures, those days everything should be though as a mobile first in Google.
Interesting that the aestehetic is not the best and is almost built as if the Google was creating a statement of their simplicity and usability. Perhaps a way to differentiate from Apple, even if they tend to use more and more similar shade of gray

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