Microsoft is testing an updated Mail and Calendar app with Insiders who have Skip Ahead enabled. This brings the Fluent Design System look and some layout changes, similar to some other stock apps.
Microsoft has released a new video that shows us more of the Fluent Design System ahead of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. It seems as though the update will only deploy part of Fluent Design.
The newest update for Groove Music on the non-Insider builds of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile brings the signature translucent look of Fluent Design, as well as automatic playlists.
At Microsoft's Build 2017 day two keynote today, the company announced an all-new design language for Windows 10, which is called the Fluent Design System, formerly known as Project NEON.
Microsoft has officially announced its new visual design language, formerly known by its codename 'Project NEON'. Microsoft's Kevin Gallo described the Fluent Design System as "an evolution of Metro".
Microsoft will be hosting its annual Build developer conference in Seattle this week, outlining some of its product plans for Windows 10, Cortana, Azure, Edge, Office, mixed reality, bots, and more.
Microsoft has kept quiet on Project NEON, its upcoming UI refinement due in September. That said, we have gotten a glimpse of it previously in Groove Music, Movies & TV, and now in the People app.
More information has surfaced showcasing the potential UI and UX design Microsoft may employ when Redstone 3 rolls out later this year, including a subtle hint of OneDrive's placeholders.
A new Microsoft concept image has revealed a little more on its Project NEON plans to improve the look and feel of Windows 10. The design refresh will be part of the Redstone 3 update later this year.
While the Groove app got the Project NEON treatment last week, Microsoft has now updated the Movies & TV app with the same UI tweaks. It's available now, but just for Windows Insiders.
From Twitter tweaks and better brains, to pizza-bots, Xbox updates, the spread of Surface, and the return of the fiery flagship, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft has sent out a new update today that gives users a glimpse of design changes coming to Windows 10. If you are a Windows Insider in the Fast Ring be sure to head over to the Windows Store.
Microsoft's upcoming console will reportedly feature a new design language - and it's not Windows 10's 'Project Neon'. The Project Scorpio console is said to use a new 'Motion Design Language'.
After details emerged in November of its 'Project Neon' UX revisions for Windows 10, and images surfaced in January, Microsoft itself has offered a tantalizing glimpse of what's to come.
Windows Insiders running Insider Preview build 15019 can get an early glimpse of Project Neon by downloading the Interop Unlock Tools app. The build introduced early Project Neon APIs and elements.
After details were revealed about Microsoft's plans to refresh its user interface, new screenshots have now emerged from 'Project Neon', revealing internal concepts for the Windows 10 design update.
According to a new report, Microsoft is working on some changes to the design language of Windows 10. Codenamed Project NEON, the changes should begin to arrive next year in Redstone 3.