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+ - Google forces another redesign on users-> 1

Submitted by PontifexPrimus
PontifexPrimus (576159) writes "Search engine giant Google seems to come into conflict with its userbase more and more often. After "accidentally" setting an unremovable image background for its search page that annoyed many users they now redesigned their News page. Using a single-column design with mouse-over animations that was panned by the test group that had used it since February this step led to an enormous amount of confusion, complaints and an recurring question: How do I get the old design back? (Answer: You don't.)"
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Google forces another redesign on users

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  • I use news.google.com a lot, I switched over from my.yahoo.com about a year ago, and I found news.google.com to be a really dense source of news that I could quickly scan. Now, I have to scroll far too much and it's not nearly as useful anymore. In addition, the fucking page keeps moving, because when you mouse over an article, it adds some more text which causes it to jump a little. It's really fucking annoying.

    I'm not sure what's going on with Google but they are definitely not in tune with what their

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