Microsoft has announced that OneDrive on the web is getting a fresh coat of paint. A new design for the web version of the cloud storage service is rolling out to users over the next several days with a refreshed color palette, font, and a new visual feel based off of a 4px grid.
Perhaps one of the most major changes lies in that 4px grid, on which the entire OneDrive web experience is now based. From Microsoft:
Following up on the grid changes, Microsoft says that it refreshed the color palette of OneDrive on the web. The team started with the already-established dark blue that is typically associated with OneDrive and went on to add accents with a complementary set of grays. Finally, Microsoft highlighted the font used in OneDrive on the web, called Segoe:
Microsoft says that the redesign is by no means finished, and this is just the start. It should be rolling out to users over the next few days, but we haven't seen it live on our end just yet.
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