Microsoft’s recently announced Windows Terminal app will soon be getting a new app icon in the style of Microsoft’s fresh design aesthetic that was revealed last year.
The icon (shown above) was tweeted out by Kayla Cinnamon, a project manager at Microsoft, earlier today and is fairly similar to the new icons for the Office apps with its streamlined features and shaded lines but is purely duotone, a distinctive change from the other, more colorful, icons.
So excited to share with you the new icon for Windows Terminal! A huge thank you to everyone who helped contribute to the design. We were all inspired by your work!! 🤩 pic.twitter.com/tZOjVHKITj
— Kayla Cinnamon ☕ (@cinnamon_msft) June 18, 2019
Windows Terminal was unveiled back during Build 2019 last month. The app is designed to be a kind of hub for developers with a variety of tools for working with PowerShell, Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), and Cmd.
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