Saturday, 30 July 2011

Google Gets All Designy With Updated Homepage, Search Results And Free Fonts

Oh, so you thought Google was done after it rolled out Google+, Circles, Sparks, Huddle, and Hangouts? No, no, no. Google will be done when that’s Google-brand oxygen you’re breathing. This afternoon, the search giant’s rollout announcements have continued, as the official Google blog quietly declared (relatively speaking) that the Google Search page (and products across the Google empire) will be getting “a bit of a makeover” over the next few months. And there are new web fonts, too. OMGoogle!

Basically, these updates will focus on adding enhanced usability, cleaner design, and an improved UX to Google products. While these changes will roll out across all Google products, it looks like the focus will be on cleaning up Google Search, Maps, and Gmail. According to its blog, the intention behind this iterating is to succeed in “bringing forward the stuff that matters to you and getting all the other clutter out of the way”. But what does that mean? More specifically, Google will be adding bolder colors for actionable buttons, hiding those that aren’t essential until they’re actually needed, etc.

And, as you can see below, the results page will also be getting a bit of a new look. Users will find a new gray bar and a blue search button to highlight the search box at the top of the page. Oh, and how about a black navbar?

Friday, 29 July 2011

Computer Arts mag redesigned

Computer Arts has introduced a host of new regular features and comes packed with extras that should strike joy into the hearts of designers everywhere.

The Design Manual is a new section packed with tips, shortcuts, insights and practical advice from leading pros to help you solve everyday design challenges.

The team has packed in a Photoshop Pro section that’s supported by five new pro video lessons for Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, After Effects and Flash as well as an HD documentary that takes you behind the scenes with exclusive footage and interviews at leading UK agency, The Partners.

This month’s magazine (#191) also includes the much-sought after, and long-awaited, volume two of “The Incredibly Useful Book for Creative Professionals”.

Last but not least, Computer Arts has also teamed up with Monotype to offer readers free commercial fonts worth £220.

Saturday, 23 July 2011

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