Programming Corner: Material Design in your Applications
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Material Design refers to a set of design principles and choices that invoke the look and feel of physical mediums in the real world, such as paper and ink. Developed by Google in 2014, Material Design is now widely adopted as a modern, minimalist guide for user interface design. When you use a Material Design template it will give your application a contemporary feel and familiarity.
What does this look like?
While your applications will remain fast and reliable, they will take on a fresh new look with Material Design. Slick, responsive input forms along with subtle drop shadows and your branding colors will make your application look as modern and familiar as products developed by the biggest names in tech! Learn more about Material Design here.