What did the world search for in 2013?
“Submit a project that pushes the artistic and the technical possibilities of code.”
“We’re looking for professional developers with dreams of creating more than a touch-screen app.”
“If you see pages with scraped content ranking above or instead of the original, please tell us more about it.”
“We've lowered the cost of our Google Drive monthly storage plans, so you can save more.”
What to expect in the near future.
The font family that aims to support all the world’s languages.
Google unveils Nexus 6 phone (together with a Nexus 9 tablet, and a TV player).
A new way to directly support the people who create web sites.
An open approach to enable interactions with physical objects and locations.
Masterpieces from iconic artists in new Chrome browser tabs.
“If you are using PageSpeed Service, you must change your DNS before 3rd August 2015.”
A behind-the-scenes look at building Google’s visual framework.
How you can get and use icons based on Google’s design language.
Screen characteristics of popular devices from all manufacturers.
Google buys Pixate, an app prototyping service.
Google’s way to make a 5 day product design sprint.
How you can combine the best of the web and the best of apps.
Let’s find a name for the next Android version that starts with the letter N.
A web-friendly way to build big, unusual, interactive displays out of all kinds of things.
Location-based website, app, and device discovery.
More universally recognized security icons in the address bar.
Google’s web application framework goes 2.0.
Helps you to create Content Security Policies to protect your web sites.
Discover which site experiences engage and delight your customers.
Google shuts down the prototyping tool.
You could earn more with a faster mobile website.
Modular and customizable UI components for Google’s design language.
Better support for customers who have adopted Accelerated Mobile Pages.
Googlebot uses a web rendering service that is based on Chrome.
Results for the cross-browser testsuite for the web-platform stack.
A collection of web components that implement common web UI patterns.
Google now recommends structured data to avoid webspam violations.
The first customizable and responsive Google Font.
Practical insights on how to design with machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Web fingerprint sensor and other new features.
Best-in-class examples that bring Google’s design language to life.
Lazy loading in a Google Search friendly way.
How we can deliver app-like experiences on the web.