There’s something happening in the Google search results.
Google has been busy with a major design overhaul for many of their popular products, including Search, Google+, Gmail, Google Docs, and more, and today it appears like those changes are making their way into the actual presentation of the search results.
Though Search has already been touched up with a cleaner sidebar, top navigation, and typeface changes, the Google aesthetic can now be seen within the actual search results when using a mobile device — they’ve started by removing the title underline, leaving links cleaner.
Though the change is small, and reflects some of the other changes among the products, it marks a milestone for web users, because it reveals Google’s confidence in the web user’s ability to intuitively understand where to click.
Will this change be reflected across desktop versions of Google search as well?