Does this look familiar?
This week we’re appreciating the old days: when Google’s homepage sported basic HTML and blue sans serif font. Oh, and don’t forget the classic silver “Google Search” and “I’m Feeling Lucky” buttons.
Remember when we thought that was cutting-edge?
That was before Google became simpler and yet more sophisticated – before they introduced the single tool bar and the customized graphic art above the search box. Gone are the cluttered center, the blue search optimization tabs and the hyper-link text.
Within the last 10 years, Google and the world of web development have sprinted ahead into sharper, better concentrated directories and sleeker layouts. Our mission is to save the world from the pain of seeing these clunky sites.
Ah, the good old days of Google 2002.
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