Google’s Image Search gets a Face Lift

| July 22, 2010 | Reply

I was browsing around Google’s image site and found something totally different. I have Firefox so at first I blamed this on a plug in being updated but to my relief it was how it was supposed to look. Google has revamped the image search with a great tiled image search which reminds me of the Android tiles in your gallery (coincidence?) As soon as you highlight an image it gives you more information like the URL where you can find this image and more info pertaining to the image like the size.

If you click on the image it will create a shadowbox effect and show you the exact image and page where it was taken from. It is pretty simple and straight forward but the real question is, do you like all these minor changes that google is making? They seem to slide them in under the radar but do we really like them? Let us know in the comments below!

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I am the Owner/Founder of WJDDesigns.com & GizmoNinja.com , I was born in to a world that was emerging on the frontier of technology. Within time I self taught himself everything from coding to graphic design and wanted to bring my creations to the public by the masses. With the new growing world of mobile applications I could achieve just that. I am always looking to learn something new and provide the best service and information I can. I am really a cool and calm type of guy who is more of a lounge party setting then going to the loudest rock concert ever. When I go out to eat at fancy places the ambiance is what I comment on first, if the ambiance is poor then my food doesn’t go down as good. I look at everything around me that has different shapes and colors which creates ideas I use in my everyday projects. I try to live life to the fullest when life dishes out free time. I love to teach everyone I know who isn’t as tech literate as myself and give them more information to better their decisions. The progression in technology is life, it’s my life.