Google Officially Selects Fade-In Look for Homepage

Remember the tests Google has been running on their homepage lately? Well, now they’re officially rolling out the new version.

What they’ve decided to go with is the fade-in version. When you get access to the updated homepage (which is rolling out over a few days), you’ll just see the Google logo, the search box, and the submit buttons.


Then, when you move your mouse, the rest of the page will fade in.


So why the change? Google’s Marissa Mayer, who tightly controls the look of the Google homepage, took to the

Related reading

A pair of yellow cartoon hands holds the newspaper The Springfield Shopper, which bears the headline SLEEP IMPORTANT, SAY EXPERTS.
facebook at work
The front page of the Simpsons newspaper Springfield Shopper, with the headline Wiccan Curse Blinds Half the Town. Underneath the subheading reads, Newspaper sales plunge 50 percent
Simple Share Buttons