If you're looking to add a little more Microsoft flavor to your Android setup, the Fluent Icon Pack is a good way to do so. Combined with Microsoft Launcher for Android, your phone will exude Microsoft pizzaz.
Microsoft launched a new WinUI website today to help developers create experiences on Windows 10 and Windows 10X. The site breaks down the advantages of building apps with WinUI and how it future-proofs apps for the future of Windows.
Microsoft's Head of Microsoft Office design discussed how teams across Microsoft came together to redesign over 100 app icons. The icons follow the Fluent Design System and work across several form factors, including Windows 10 and Mixed Reality.
Microsoft's Fluent Design System doesn't have many public faces, but Peter Skillman was one of them. While he only oversaw design for Outlook, Skillman often engaged with people on Twitter about Windows design and how it can be improved. His announcement that he has left Microsoft (after previously being with Nokia) reminds us again of how far Microsoft has to go in proper UI design for Windows and its products.
The Fluent Design System is bringing layers of depth and polish to Windows 10, with the first elements debuted in October's Fall Creators Update. We've had a few updates since then, so let's see how the progress is going.
Making an OS that is productive, but also delightful to use is tricky. Windows 10 Mobile failed hard at it, but Microsoft has the chops to make it work in future versions of Windows. Here is why they need more animations...as an option, of course.