posted by Thom Holwerda on Mon 28th Nov 2016 18:33 UTC
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Microsoft has made several adjustments to its design language over the last few years, starting with Windows 8 and evolving into what we now know as "Microsoft Design Language 2" or MDL2 in Windows 10. With MDL2 being the current design language used throughout Windows 10, Microsoft has plans to begin using a much more streamlined design language with Redstone 3, codenamed Project NEON.

No matter how many times you refine or change your design language, it won't magically make your apps stop sucking.


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