Google has introduced wide ranges of tools for app developers using which they can now design better app interfaces for better user experience. Even though the developers had to stick to the old “Material Design” every time in the past, there’s more liberty granted now, irrespective of any design principle the developers prefer to adopt.
The “Gallery” enables one to upload, share and even comment on designs. It is also a more convenient means of exhibiting his/her creations doesn’t require attaching slide decks and/or PDFs. The Gallery is quite similar to InVision, another tool for incorporating designs.
Available for Android, iOS, and the Web
For iOS, Android, and the Web, there are tools called “Remixer” and “Stage” to help developers creating highly interactive applications. Users get the opportunity for testing their codes before finalizing them.
The “material.io” is a resource center comprising of all the guidelines and tools in one place.
Furthermore, this is not something Google has done for the very first time, i.e making valuable tools available for everyone. It has also released “Resizer” in March for testing breakpoints, and to know if the grids respond appropriately; identifying surface behaviors and pinpointing the UI patterns for Material Design located on the website.
It has also released “Resizer” in March for testing breakpoints, and to know if the grids respond appropriately; identifying surface behaviors and pinpointing the UI patterns for Material Design located on the website.
Google is hoping that all these latest tools and resources are going to encourage more app designers for using Material Design in the future.