Why Google is doing the right thing with web design in the age of mobile: Why it’s time for Google to rethink the way it makes web design a success
Google has always been good at making web design easy to understand and to use, and now the search giant is bringing that approach to mobile.
The company has introduced a new tool for web designers called Web Design Insights, and in a new post, it’s launching a new set of tests and guidelines to help make web design even easier to use.
The tool is being developed to make web development easier for developers, but it could also help web designers out there making their own apps, as well.
And it’s coming with a bunch of new features, like a new visual design system, an intuitive navigation interface and a more flexible layout.
The first beta test of the tool was recently released by Google, and you can find the full version of the new design system here.
“We want Web Design to be a tool that helps web developers to create and test mobile-ready apps, but we also want to empower web designers to make mobile-friendly apps that are also great for everyone,” said Steve Wozniak, Google’s CEO, in the blog post.
The design system is similar to Google’s new Design Lab, which is a new, flexible and open-source tool for developers to use to help them create apps that look and feel the same as web apps.
The system also allows designers to quickly create and upload custom styles that work well for mobile, and it also includes tools to help you add a new style without having to write a custom CSS rule.
The new features include a visual design grid that lets you easily visualize the different sections of a web app, and a navigation tool that allows you to move from one screen to another, as long as the layout of the site is consistent.
A bunch of other design features, including new styles for fonts and icons, a new design grid, a way to export your designs in the Google Cloud Platform, a preview screen, and more are coming in the coming months.
The Google team is also working on a new browser extension, Web Designer Insights Pro, that will allow users to quickly get the latest design updates and learn how to use it.
Google is also making it easier to get the new Design Insight tool, which will be available soon.
“In the past, developers needed to write custom CSS rules for each screen and then apply them to every app in order to make the layout look good, but now we have an easy way to quickly update a site’s design and have it updated in the same way you would if you were developing for the web,” said Mike Sullivan, Google product manager for mobile and web, in a statement.
“With the new Web Design Insight, we’ve created a unified design system for web developers that helps them make their mobile-optimized apps more mobile-responsive.”