Windows 10 Fluent Design Done Right in New Concept
With Fluent Design, Microsoft plans to substantially revamp the interface and usability of Windows 10, making both the operating system and the installed apps feel more modern.
And while the Fluent Design implementation in Windows 10 has evolved at a slow pace since the official announcement, concepts making the rounds every once in a while imagine a more prominent facelift, truly changing the way apps look on the operating system.
This is the case of a new concept published on reddit by user jwhite40, who envisioned what the Spotify app could look like with a correct Fluent Design implementation.
Leaving aside the chances to see this going live, or at least to see Spotify a bit more committed to updating its Windows 10 app the way it should, the concept does highlight the key Fluent Design elements, including the acrylic effect that’s supposed to let users peek at the … (read more)