Designers from The Letter Society have taken on the challenge of revamping the iconic page.

It's not easy to redesign something that already has a very simple and minimalist design like the Google homepage, but the members of collaborative challenge-based design blog The Letter Society have decided to do just that.

For their latest challenge, the designers have redesigned the Google homepage. The challenge was limited to the redesign of the current site and rebranding the site or adding new features or functions were optional.

Designer Erik Wagner, who thought up the challenge, used Google's color palette to create a full colored background and included a map at the bottom with a scrubber. On the other hand, Mark Manalaysay made the homepage even simpler by removing all other icons except the search bar. The designer also proposed a responsive layout and an integration with Google Now.

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