Microsoft held their annual developer conference this week called Build where they showcase their latest coming features to Windows and other products and new ways developers can make apps, etc. But this time they showed something that I think might be of interest to anyone interested in Windows: a new design overhaul.
Check out the video below for a glimpse at their new Fluent Design System.
Am I the only one that thinks it looks awesome? Microsoft has always been the one pushing the flat design for a while now, but to now see them fully embrace this material/flat look across the entire OS, I have to admit, it’s a good look.
Now, don’t expect to get these changes right away. Microsoft has announced they’ll be starting to roll out the beginning of these changes in their Fall Creator Update later this year but that it’ll slowly be rolled out over time in Windows.
Excited to see if it functions as good as it looks when we get out hands on it.
Anyone else think Microsoft is, albeit pretty late, finally making some solid changes? Anyone?
Check out the source link for some screenshots the Verge pulled out of the video highlighting some of the cooler-looking features.