The next time you need to log in to your Google account, you’ll come across a new look sign-in page. Google has just updated the page with a cleaner, simpler look that’s supposed to make the sign-in process faster. The functionality, though, remains the same, as you still need to enter the usual information like email address and password.

Old sign-in page

Old sign-in page

New sign-in page

New sign-in page

More importantly, the sign-in experience is now consistent across computers, phones and tablets, with a responsive layout that automatically resizes and adjusts based on the screen being used.

Google began informing users of the redesign some weeks prior, so if you’ve been left reeling from the sudden visual transformation, don’t say you weren’t warned. If you can’t see the new page yet, you may have to update your browser or turn on Javascript.

While the redesign is all well and good, I’m still waiting for a Material Design update to the Google Calendar web app, which has fallen far behind the visual language of the company’s other core apps. Come on, Google. Make it happen!