Project Neon (Fluent Design) is making rounds all around the internet and is the latest visual design treat that Microsoft is working on for to make Windows 10 more appealing. With Redstone 3 or the next major feature update (successor to Creators Update), Microsoft will largely focus on UI/UX improvements
Project Neon, the next design philosophy from Microsoft has got wide coverage everywhere and we saw it coming to many native Windows 10 UWP apps too. But seems Microsoft has a different official name for Project Neon as announced today, on the second day of Build 2017.
Meet Microsoft Fluent Design
We have already reported about some of the apps which recently embraced the Project NEON blur or translucency and look fresh with cool new animations/effects. Apps including Groove Music, Windows Maps, People etc. to name a few.
As Build 2017 closes in on, Microsoft is busy to brush up other core Windows 10
While Microsoft has been updating native Windows 10 apps on PC with Project Neon elements, Mobile apps were left behind. That changes with latest Maps app update. Windows 10 UWP Maps app has been updated on both Mobile and PC with visual design refresh. It is the first native app
We have been posting many Windows 10 Mobile concepts in past and some of them were really very cool. Nowadays we hear more about convergence of all forms of Windows to "OneCore" both officially and via rumors. This may be possible via a composable shell and MobileCore (Andromeda). Here is
The debate over "Whether Windows 10 Mobile is dead" won't be settled until the time when Build numbers for Redstone 3 are aligned across PC and Mobile. But that doesn't stop Windows 10 Mobile fans in re-imagining their favorite OS with new design elements and features.
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Windows 10 Start Screen may wear a new look with Redstone 3. Leaked screenshots of what appears to be Redstone 3 Start Screen reveal "Transparent Tiles". This may be one of the UI changes that Redstone 3 may bring by implementing Project Neon design language.
We have earlier reported about Project
Surface Pro 5, the successor to Surface Pro 4 has been part of many rumors already. There is very strong possibility that Microsoft will launch it along with Windows 10 Creators update somewhere in March-April. You can read our Surface Pro 5 rumor round up by clicking here.
Now, almost confirming