Google Analytics Launching New Navigation Design

 

Google Analytics LogoGoogle Analytics is rolling out a new design for their navigation and sidebar. The new design is less bright orange and more gray/white.

Google Analytics said on Google+:

Some of you may have noticed a shiny new nav and sidebar inside of Analytics. If you're not seeing it yet, you will over the next few weeks. We think this is a simpler and more beautiful way to present your reports, dashboards and will make your analysis easier and faster. See a quick preview below.

Here is an animated GIF of the before and after:

Google Analytics Launching New Navigation Design

Many of you should begin seeing the new look shortly.

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Comments:

Utkarsh Sahu

02/13/2014 01:15 pm

Yeah, I noticed this as well! Google finally using flat menu bar!

Gaurav Srivastava

02/13/2014 01:17 pm

Google guys are rocks, it is looking awesome! BTW this snapshot is report of Seroundtable analytics? 70,119..in how many days?

Gareth Mailer

02/13/2014 01:18 pm

Yep, noticed. We've gone at least 1 month without a change, so it was long overdue.

Dean Bowes

02/13/2014 01:46 pm

AdWords has updated the flat design as well. Nice to see more and more Google products brought in line with each other on design, but could do with a bit more definition between menu items on the left.

soman

02/13/2014 02:49 pm

what will happen when they plan to charge for this tool in future?

Craig Hamilton-Parker

02/13/2014 04:13 pm

Thank you for the animated gif I have been watching it for a few hours now and I definitely feel a lot better and may come off my medication.

Ben

02/13/2014 09:33 pm

Looks like it's the default date range. You can check your analytics graph vs his and compare the visible dates (Jan 15, Jan 22).

Yogita Aggarwal

02/14/2014 04:47 am

Yeah, I have seen that. New navigation design is good.

Subhash Prajapati

02/14/2014 08:43 am

New analytic s look good.

Dan Cave

02/14/2014 02:17 pm

As long as the export button is still where it was im happy :)

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