One of the more exciting additions to Windows 10 in the last year was Microsoft's Fluent Design System. Since its debut, Microsoft has been slowly rolling out aspects of the new design language across Windows 10, but it's a constantly evolving process.
As we look toward the future of Fluent Design, Microsoft today kicked off the inaugural Fluent Friday chat with Principle Design Lead Joey Pitt and Senior Dev Writer Mike Jacobs on Twitter. Both are currently fielding questions about Fluent Design on Twitter, and we're collecting the answers right here.
Will more materials be introduced?
Can Fluent Design be used outside of the Universal Windows Platform (UWP)?
Will Office incorporate Fluent Design?
Why is Fluent Design iteration so slow?
How does Fluent Design incorporate inclusive design?
When will Fluent Design be applied to the OS?
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