This is the best commentary on Material Design that I have seen. As a developer with a background in usability engineering, I am glad to see Google make these refinements. It's not just designer-speak about colors and animations. I think that it's a very useful set of guidelines that simplicity includes a strategy for coping with differences between different displays and environments. Also, I prefer designs with strong gestalts and visual cues, which are often lacking in other flat designs.
Top designers react to Google’s new ‘Material’ design language | VentureBeat | Business | by Harrison Weber
Two days ago, Google revealed its next generation “Material” design language — a departure from past guidelines and a clear reaction to design trends made popular by Apple and Microsoft.
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