Windows 10 Desktop Redesigned in “Fluid Shell” Concept
Microsoft’s Fluent Design is without a doubt a neat addition to Windows 10 in terms looks and usability, but users have always been expecting more.
And with this new design language gradually being introduced and at a slower pace than Windows 10 adopters expected, it’s no surprise that skilled designers across the world come up with their own ideas on how to improve the desktop and other parts of the operating system. Such an example is the so-called Fluid Shell concept that envisions a less cluttered and more powerful shell.
Created by Michael West, this concept rethinks the taskbar in a way that makes more sense for the modern approach that Microsoft is embracing.
“I couldn’t remove any more icons, the system tray rework had already removed everything possible. So I thought about the actual taskbar—could its shape, size, material be changed? What… (read more)
Remember to like our facebook and our twitter @WindowsMode for a chance to win a free Surface Pro 4 tablet every month!