Google is set to launch a new website design guide to help sellers design their websites, as it seeks to boost sales.
The company has been working on a new design guide for years, but it was only recently that it was officially launched, a spokesperson said in a statement on Tuesday.
The new design guideline is expected to help retailers create better website designs and helps them identify and address any usability issues they may have with their website, according to the spokesperson.
The launch of the guide marks Google’s first official redesign of a website, and the first to include content from a website’s core elements.
The guidelines will be available to anyone who wishes to make a new ecommerce website, as well as those who already have a website.
The redesign guide is also aimed at making shopping more enjoyable, as Google’s aim is to make shopping more relevant, the company said in its statement.
“Our aim is for people to discover more about what we do and make the most of our offerings to them,” the spokesperson said.
Google previously said it wanted to bring the online shopping experience closer to what you see on a store website.