DuckDuckGo Relaunches With New Visual Design
DuckDuckGo has just relaunched with a new visual design across its home page and search results pages.
Founder Gabriel Weinberg has been taking feedback and tweaking the design for at least three-plus weeks in the site’s community forum, where he announced the new look and layout early Friday.
The home page (shown above) is clean and spartan, and the results pages are pretty similar to what they were before, with the noticeable exception that the default light green header has been replaced by a slicker red look.
Aside from the design, there are also search suggestions showing up in the right column that I don’t recall seeing before, but don’t hold me to that.
Of course, if you don’t like the color scheme, you can change it — and a number of other options — on the settings page.
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