Google announces expansion and re-design of Knowledge Graph with new top-navigation experience

Google announces expansion and re-design of Knowledge Graph with new top-navigation experience

Google has announced a redesign for Knowledge Graph that will help you search through items that you find on Google. The new experience has a top navigation bar that saves you clicking and surfing time.

The new experience will also be available for the tablet.

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As we noted, the example came from Jack Menzel, director of the Knowledge Graph team at Google. During that demo, we were shown a search for “Cedar Point”, which helped him dig through a site about roller coasters.

Similarly, a demo of looking through a search of “things to do in paris” lets you flip through search results using the new Knowledge Graph layout. It’s fast, and impressive.

Here’s a video demo of the new Knowledge Graph experience:

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