Material Design User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Material Design: Concept Definition
Want to design for Android systems? Then Material Design is where it's at. Google's design language and concept is based around the paper and ink process of traditional design and is intended to facilitate the best possible user experiences on Android devices. In particular it is used to denote, clearly for users, which parts of the screen can be used as touch interfaces with the operating system or applications.
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Google’s Material Design - Android Design Language
Material Design (originally referred to as and codenamed “Quantum Paper”) was developed by Google and is a design language used for Android devices. The idea, according to Matias Duarte Vice President of Design for Google, is to provide a design language which mimics the feel of pen and paper. Material design offers the user physical edges and s...
Flat Design – An Introduction
With the dawn of personal computing skeuomorphic design became important to introduce users, unfamiliar with technology, to new concepts. Skeuomorphism takes a simple approach – it creates lifelike affordances in user interfaces (UI) that the user can relate to from their real lives. Thus when you delete a file – it goes in the trash can on scre...