New Google logo is mobile friendly: With changes in company, logo change obvious
If you are opening your computers and going straight to the search giant, Googleâ€™s homepage after a gap of a couple of days, you may feel bewildered a very different looking logo. For around a decade we have become accustomed of how the Googleâ€™s home page looks.
Notwithstanding the fact that the search giantâ€™s home page hosts different doodles on different occasions, the Google logo had remained the same. Now with the change of the search giantâ€™s logo, Google Doodle style may also undergo a serious change.
There is no denying the fact that the change in logo was inevitable given the fact that the search giant itself has underwent a complete restructuring recently. There are other reasons too. While Google has been out penalizing many websites for not being mobile friendly, its own logo was not ideal for mobile handsets. Now with the logo becoming a lot lighter and more readable, the transformation seems to be complete.
A report in The Independent while talking about the change says, â€œNow, it has dropped the serifs that made the letters distinctive but harder to read on the tiny screens of mobiles. In doing so, it recognised one of the most important changes during its 17 years â€” like Google itself, the logo had been designed to be looked at on screens, but now a huge proportion of web browsing is done from phones and other mobile devicesâ€.
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