NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 27: Co-founder of Google Larry Page smiles during the Clinton Global Inititative annual meeting September 27, 2007 in New York. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Larry Page
Now that Google's new CEO Larry Page has comforted stockholders by delivering strong numbers, he can set his sights on other areas of the company.
The Google co-founder and Forbes billionaire is reportedly pushing the Mountain View-based search company to develop a unified look and feel across all its sights.
Google has already started the process. The company debuted the new look with its social-networking site Google+.
Now the same minimalistic feel is been brushed across the company's other sites.
The new look will include sites such as GMail, Google Docs, Google search and more.
It is the company's first major redesign in its 13 year history.