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Google Images testing with right preview sidebar with dark background

17 May 2019 2

Tech giant Google is known to bring new vibes to its products and services with the rollout of new features and UI improvements. The company is known for running countless A/B tests to a selected audience and this time around its Google Images that seems to be getting updated in the background. The Google Images web services bring a black background to the right sidebar that is under testing along with news roaming around dark background showing up for previews and as well as for responsive designs.

The updated UI brings a new feature where when you click a particular image, it previews it up in the right sidebar where other related features like its web link and sharing options are available. This layout makes it possible to keep scrolling through the images on the left pane while still keep the particular image opened in the right one in a bigger display.

Likewise, the new layout under testing offers responsive layout where the images list adjusts automatically with the size of the screen its viewed upon. Google has been working on different layouts for Google Images like the current layout shows a strip below once you click an image.

What do you think of this new layout under testing? Let us know in the comment section below.



Google Images testing with right preview sidebar with dark background
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Obviously, a new layout being responsive is something that users will take for granted. That's not much of "news". But yes, a different layout will definitely be refreshing.


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