Microsoft’s Fluent Design System threatens to make Windows look good



Microsoft’s Fluent Design System threatens to make Windows look good

Formerly known as Project Neon, the Microsoft Fluent Design System is the latest iteration in the development of Microsoft’s look-and-feel for Windows. Fluent builds on the Metro design language introduced with Windows Phone. Metro was designed for touch …
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