DuckDuckGo is one of the search engines that can reasonably seen to be a competitor to Google, at least in the area of privacy, because it doesn't store or track the searches that you do. Not only is this a Good Thing, but it also means that DDG can't personalise your results, cutting out potentially useful material in the way that Google can.
DDG has just improved its interface, making it much smoother, and even easier to use. Let's look at the old version for a search:
Useful of course, but it's not going to set the world alight. It's also not easy to see how you can search for images or video for example. However, the new version which you'll find at https://next.duckduckgo.com/ is rather different.
The disambiguation is far clearer, and the white space makes it much easier to read each result. You can click on the images/videos option and see those displayed equally neatly, and can change the display method into a tiled approach if you want. I really like the new approach - much fresher and more helpful. It's still in a beta mode at the moment, but it will be moving across to become the default in short order, I'm sure.