Microsoft is looking to improve the Action Center in Windows 10 and make it more discoverable and useful at a glance. To that end it's looking for feedback on a couple of UI changes it has planned.
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With the upcoming Threshold Wave 2 update for Windows 10 in November, Microsoft is reportedly making many changes to the UI, including new animations and redesigned icons.
Microsoft released a new version of its Skype app on Android this week, with a refreshed user interface which it says makes the app "even more beautiful to look at and even easier to use."
At the end of its keynote at E3 2015 today, Microsoft said that it will reveal "a new Xbox One user experience" later this week, possibly hinting at some significant UI changes for the console.
With around two million people currently testing the Windows 10 previews, Microsoft has made leaps and bounds improving the OS based on feedback. But is it leaving Explorer and the UI behind?
Huawei has again criticized Windows Phone for its lack of customization opportunities for OEMs - but while its future smartphones will run Android, it is considering dual-boot Windows/Android tablets.
The Apple Watch webpage got a makeover last night and now features new animations, images and info that can give prospective buyers a feel for the upcoming product's user interface and experience.
Thanks to a bit of clever editing, folks have managed to create a watchface for Android Wear devices, one that uncannily resembles Apple's new Watch UI. Of course this is only a cosmetic trick.
Leaked images show that Samsung is at least exploring a new card-based UI for its upcoming Galaxy S5 handset. The new UI may launch with the device as a revamped version of TouchWiz.
A Microsoft employee revealed some of the early Windows 8 design mockups from 2010 at a user interface event. While much of the general design remained the same, there are some stark differences.
Microsoft references to the interface previously known as Metro on its websites appear to refer to the interface as "Modern" instead of the previously reported "Windows 8 style."
Information from sources inside Microsoft seems to indicate that the company is attempting to reduce the usage of the word 'Metro', which has become synonymous with their modern design.
A developer has created a way to bring a version of Windows 8's Metro user interface over to Android as a custom theme for the mobile OS that so far works on a couple of tablets.
In a new post on the official Windows Store blog, Microsoft goes over how it is designing the user interface and experience for Windows 8's upcoming app download store.
Mozilla reveals some of the latest user interface designs for the upcoming Firefox 8, predicted to be released in the early part of next year.
Google is known for sporadically rolling out new updates or test changes to the user interface for their search engine. Recently, the search giant has added something a little extra to their web page regarding...