Windows 10 gets a UI refresh with the ‘Fluent Design System’ (AKA Project Neon)

Just as expected, Microsoft has revealed the long-rumored Project Neon – Windows 10’s big UI refresh – at its Build conference in Seattle. Except, it’s it has a new name: The Microsoft Fluent Design System. Given that’s a mouthful, lets just go ahead and all just go ahead and call it ‘Fluent’ for short. If you’re expecting a dramatic and immediate overhaul of what Windows 10 looks like, you’re going to be a bit disappointed; it’s something of a gradual shift in Microsoft’s design language. But that doesn’t mean it’s not pretty cool. Fluent adds a variety of characteristics to the UI for Windows Apps:…

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This article and images was originally posted on [The Next Web] May 11, 2017 at 04:36AM