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Here’s your first look at Windows 10’s upcoming design overhaul

06/01/2017

We heard last November that Microsoft was working to overhaul its design language for Windows 10’s interface as well as for first- (...)
We heard last November that Microsoft was working to overhaul its design language for Windows 10’s interface as well as for first- and third-party apps on the platform. Now, MSPoweruser has obtained leaked images of that program, dubbed Project NEON. It’s more iterative than wholly revolutionary, building on the clean and content-focused Metro design language first seen in Windows 8 and the current Microsoft Design Language 2 (MDL2) currently in use on Windows 10. There’s still a major emphasis on text and images over interface elements, but also a view to improve consistency, as well as to introduce more refined… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows We heard last November that Microsoft was working to overhaul its design language for Windows 10’s interface as well as for first- and third-party apps on the platform. Now, MSPoweruser has obtained leaked images of that program, dubbed Project NEON. It’s more iterative than wholly revolutionary, building on the clean and content-focused Metro design language first seen in Windows 8 and the current Microsoft Design Language 2 (MDL2) currently in use on Windows 10. There’s still a major emphasis on text and images over interface elements, but also a view to improve consistency, as well as to introduce more refined… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Windows
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