Microsoft’s new demo shows off Windows 10’s Fluent Design

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Microsoft Fluent Design
Image Courtesy: Microsoft.com

Microsoft’s new design language called Fluent Design is
already available in the existing versions of Windows 10, and
most of the first party app supports it. Microsoft’s Fluent
Design is supposed to revamp the look of Windows 10 with
acrylic and the reveal effect in apps, features of the OS and
other elements.

It’s no secret that this Fluent Design evolves at a slower pace
than initially expected, and in fact, the popular
third-party titles still don’t support the new design language
system.

We have already seen
concepts of the File Explorer with Fluent Design, and
Microsoft’s Windows UI Twitter account recently published a
video of Contoso business envisioned with Fluent
Design implementation. It’s truly changing the way the app
looks on the operating system.

The demo uploaded by Microsoft on Twitter shows off the app
with the latest design elements from Fluent Design. The blur
effect let users peek at the desktop.

The concept does align with Microsoft’s vision for Windows 10,
and it can be improved with further tweaks. Needless to say,
implementing such a design is indeed possible, and as Microsoft
is committed to Windows 10, we can expect the Fluent Design
improvements in near future.

Fluent Design everywhere

Windows 10 April 2018 Update included new acrylic and the
reveal effect, and the project to continue to evolve with next
Windows 10 update Redstone 5, which should land in the fall of
this year.

Microsoft knows exactly what the final version of Fluent Design
should look like, and while the current version of the design
is good enough for drooling, it evolves at a pace that’s
slower than most people expected.



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