Friday, April 7, 2017

Google wants Android developers to think more about color

Color is important. Choosing the correct palette to use is vital. It determines how usable your app or website is, and how readable any text is. With that in mind, Google has updated its Material Design guidelines to account for color, and introduced a new tool that helps designers and developers in this respect. To recap, Material Design is a set of guidelines that defines what an Android app should look like – at least according to Google. This set of diktats covers everything from layouts to animations. The new color tool is, in my opinion, the most exciting part of…

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