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Fluent Design

Dec 5th, 2018, by in Latest news

The company is looking to use a more divisionally-collaborative approach to the way it designs software and hardware going forward.

Nov 16th, 2018, by in How-To

Windows 10 added a lot of design refinements to the Windows desktop. Especially since the introduction of Microsoft’s new Fluent Design System, motion and animation has become much more prevalent throughout the user interface. While animations can make for a more polished, streamlined feel, they also have a downside: speed. Each time you open the […]

Oct 10th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft is releasing today a preview of the Fluent XAML Theme Editor application it first announced at its Build 2018 conference.

Sep 4th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft is now testing two version of the new Simplified Ribbon in Office Online

Jul 24th, 2018, by in Latest news

The new Windows UI Library or (WinUI for short) is a way for developers to get used to all the new Fluent Design flares that will be appearing in Windows 10 over time.

Jul 6th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft has ended the week with a new Windows 10 Redstone 5 build, and it comes with changes in Edge, Fluent Design updates and more

Jun 20th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft says the new look has been inspired by Fluent Design, and it should roll out over the next few months.

Jun 18th, 2018, by in Latest news

Also new in Windows 10 build 17692 is Fluent Design in system flyout menus and some OneDrive Files On-Demand improvements.

Jun 13th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft today highlighted some upcoming changes for the Office 365 user experience. The changes are inspired by a “new culture of work” and will bring fluent design, a simplified ribbon, and many other big changes to the Office 365 experience.

May 10th, 2018, by in Latest news

The Windows 10 Mail app is picking up new Fluent Design inspired density changes with the latest update.

May 9th, 2018, by in Latest news

This release is massive, and packs plenty of new features and improvements, from enhancements to Sets, a new clipboard experience, a dark mode in File Explorer, and more.

May 9th, 2018, by in Latest news

At Build 2018 Microsoft detailed some of the improvements that will be coming to their Fluent Design language in the next few months.

May 8th, 2018, by in Latest news

We’re expecting for the second Build 2018 keynote to be much more interesting, and we’ll likely hear more about the Microsoft 365 and Windows 10 side of things.

May 8th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft’s recent work on coming up with a unifying design language is now being extended to legacy Windows applications and programs as well.

May 3rd, 2018, by in Latest news

We’ve just discovered that daily quizzes on the Microsoft Rewards Dashboard now feature touches of Fluent Design, lining with the UI in Microsoft’s other products.

Apr 27th, 2018, by in Feature Stories, Latest news

The Windows 10 April 2018 Update is here, and there are many changes which you need to know about. Here’s a look at some of the biggest changes lined up with this update.

Apr 13th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft has started to roll out a redesigned version of its Microsoft account online dashboard with some nice Fluent Design touches

Jan 29th, 2018, by in Latest news

The latest Groove Music app update for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring brings some more touches of Fluent Design to the experience

Jan 25th, 2018, by in Latest news

Designer Marko Malinović is giving Windows Phone fans a look at what could have been, showing off his concept of a beautifully reimagined version of Windows 10 Mobile, even complete with Fluent Design all across the mobile OS.

Jan 24th, 2018, by in Latest news

Microsoft explained how Fluent Design was implemented in the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps, but the new design language still has its critics.

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