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Guys.. Feedback will be most welcome! We have tried to stick close to the Material Design guidelines, with a few flourishes of our own.. 

We have started out with Salons & Spas in Bangalore, India, but we are growing fast! :)

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Check it out guys and gals!

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Papercraft: Material design + Implementation

Here are the slides to the talk +Nick Butcher and I just gave at +droidcon London.
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Papercraft: Material design + Implementation
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For the coders out there. 
We can't get enough of +Chet Haase's Best Practices for Software Development session at #BABBQ5 .

[applause intensifies]

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Look who's got Inbox :D 
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Well said.
"How Google Works: A Slide Deck," or "What +Eric Schmidt and +Jonathan Rosenberg Learned About Running a Successful Business ... with Pictures." Check it out here: http://goo.gl/wsQhDX 

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Yup
Yes, I could, totally 
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Awesome collection!
These are all the wallpapers I collected from a long time ago. Here you go. 😀
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The red and the yellow buttons, I don't have a problem with: Red makes the window die, yellow puts it in the dock. But that green one....

Finally, I've figured out what the green button does. Some, like a younger, more optimistic, more foolish version of me, might think it means "Maximize" because, well, because +. And because that's the kind of thing that's useful in a limited palette of window buttons. But I've finally learned, after many years of hitting the button and observing the results the grand secret.

Are you ready for it?

The green button makes the window a different size.

It doesn't maximize it. It doesn't even necessarily make it bigger. It just changes the size. And it probably changes it to a size you didn't want, especially if you were trying to maximize the window. No, if you want the window maximized, you should just go ahead and find the resize handle and do it manually, because that green button's not helping.

It's like if you had a teleport machine that could take you somewhere immediately, and which you could use instead of the car out in your driveway. But the problem is that it doesn't teleport you where you want, but rather to where it wants. So you go there... and then you get in a car and drive to your real destination anyway. And eventually you give up on the teleporter and it sits in the corner of the living room collecting popcorn kernels and discarded video game controllers.
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