The search giant has revamped its design guidelines, removing language that suggested a website could be “simple,” “simple” should be a neutral tone, and “simple design” should use a “light and colorful” tone.

The change came as part of a redesign of Google’s website, which was launched in June.

Its aim was to appeal to those looking for a streamlined experience, but Google has said it wants its site to be more “in-your-face” with its search results, so it is no longer a neutral design.

“We have a long history of creating user experiences that help people make decisions and make sense of information,” a Google spokesperson told The Wall St. Journal in a statement.

“It’s important for us to be clear on what it means to be simple and neutral.”

The Google logo is seen on the left side of the main navigation bar in this illustration taken on April 22, 2019.

Google’s website is no stranger to changes, as it was the subject of a Google Doodle last year that featured Google in an “Eureka” moment.

The company has also had some notable changes over the past year.

In March, the company announced that it was making changes to its search algorithm.

Google’s search algorithm now uses more information, and is much more “weighted” toward users who are searching for information about themselves.

The changes will come into effect on April 1.

The other major change in the Google homepage was a redesign that added the ability to change the color of the home page.

The redesign will make the homepage more colorful, while also adding a new tab for content and search.

The new design has been dubbed “simple and neutral” by some, and Google has stated that it is a way for users to find content they may have been looking for before.

Google also announced that its search engine has begun allowing users to upload a new design of the homepage.