The folks behind the design of the LG G3 took to posting a short video explaining their art and challenges while showing off what they say makes the G3 a premium experience for users.
Along with Android L, Google’s new Material Design website is filled with resources and information on their newest design practices. It is also filled with app designs for all of our favorite Google services.
It is no secret that Google has been pushing for designers to get involved in this year’s Google I/O developers conference. A new rumor thinks it can explain why: Quantum Paper.
If you are a developer who is uncomfortable with or resistant to considering design a critical component of your project, here’s a perspective that may turn things around for you.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just beginning, this list of Android development resources (including tools, libraries, and blogs) is useful for any developer or team on just about any project, big or small.
Matias Duarte recently said he’d love to see more designers at Google I/O, and now Google is starting a “conversation about design” that the company hopes will persuade more design professionals to attend the conference.
Duarte talks to The Verge’s Josh Topolsky about a wide range of topics, from the definition of design, to the “death of mobile” as the focus for UI designers, to Android Wear, to why flat design should be balanced by tactile elements.
In the first article of the Android Design Corner series we looked at the very basic definition of design, and where Android’s current state fell within those terms. Today we go beyond the basic definition and begin to lay the foundation for what design really is. Read on for more!
I love beautiful design. I’m Craig Tuttle, currently studying Computing Technology: Human Factors at Colorado State University, and I’ll be taking... a walk through design concepts with you here on Android Authority.
Design. Such a simple word that is so much deeper, crucial, and complicated than many people even know. Most minds gener...
The Android Design team from Google HQ published a new list of Android apps that “go above and beyond the guidelines” when it comes to design. Check it out!