Google Image Search Redesigned

Users of Google Image Search will find a changed, redesign results page. The search results no longer present the image, file name, dimensions, size and URL. Instead, there is now just the image and a brief contextual snippet. Users are forced to hover their mouse over the image to retrieve the size, file type and domain. The new design also offers the user an opportunity to narrow the search for large, medium or small images. I’m personally not sure how I will like this design. Although it will be nice to filter by the size of image desired, this new cleaner interface makes it more mouse-work to get at the detail information.

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