The Google sign-in interface will change (yes, again) on November 27th to include its Material Design elements, bringing it up-to-date…
Google continues its Material Design makeover spree. This time, it’s the Google sign-in interface which is getting updated to match the latest look. The changes take effect on November 27th of this year.
Google Sign-In Interface Material Design Overhaul coming Soon
Undoubtedly, some users will take pause but that’s only normal. For the sake of comparison, here’s what the page looks like now:
And, here’s what the Google sign-in page will look like starting November 27th:
There’s really not much difference between the two. Perhaps the biggest change is the blue input box. The font is also larger and includes the now familiar sans font.
Here’s the entire announcement from the G Suite Updates blog, quoted directly:
“Starting November 27th, 2018, we’ll make some small changes to the appearance of the Google sign-in page. These follow changes made earlier this year, which updated the sign-in page to match the Material Design principles used in other Google products.
Specifically, you might notice outlines around some entry fields, and changes to the spacing and styling of other text on both the web and mobile screens. The changes will start to take effect on November 27th and may take up to two weeks to reach all users.”