Google search for desktop takes a different look. The search engine giant has removed the underlined links from its search results. This marks the end of a design era where links are highlighted with underlined links, a biggest visual change in Google search.
Google lead designer Jon Wiley says, “We’ve increased the size of result titles, removed the underlines, and evened out all the line heights. This improves readability and creates an overall cleaner look. We’ve also brought over our new ad labels from mobile, making the multi-device experience more consistent.” He adds that this consistency in design across platforms helps the users and developers equally. The changes look minor but a significant one for Google.
SOURCE: Jon Wiley(Google+)