Windows 10's upcoming UI, previously known by its code name "Project NEON", now has an official name. At yesterday's Build 2017 event, Microsoft introduced it officially and also released an updated SDK for Universal App developers which supports new APIs. The new user experience APIs are called "Microsoft Fluent Design System".
Tag: NEON Design Language
Get NEON apps in Windows 10 Non-Insider builds
As you may already know, Windows 10 is getting a new appearance for built-in Universal Windows Platform apps like People, Calculator, etc. They are powered by a new design language "NEON" and have new transition effects and transparency with blur. You have a chance to try out these apps in the stable branch of Windows 10.
Project NEON is a new design language for Windows 10
Microsoft has started working on updating the appearance of the Windows 10 operating system again including the built-in Windows apps. A new design language, codenamed Project NEON, adds more transparency, blur and animations to the user interface of Universal Windows Platform apps. Currently, the apps for Windows Calculator, Windows Camera, Voice Recorder, Paint 3D, and a number of others have received the makeover.