Google launches black bar (navigation) site wide!
After redesigning the search results page and shrinking the size of the logo in the search site’s homepage, Google is back with yet another redesign, launching the black navigation bar at the top of the site.
Surprisingly, the black bar isn’t only in the search engine, but it’s side wide. We tested the new navigation bar in Picasa, Google Docs, Google Reader, and even Google Books… And poof, Google.com and its sub particles are now officially with a black nav bar, excluding YouTube.
If I’m not mistaken, Google changed the navigation bar and used the color black to “emphasize” the nav bar’s existence more, aside from the fact that they’re also set to launch a new social networking like service, the Google+ that will surely challenge the popularity of Facebook in the next coming years.
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