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Duarte talks about Material Design in new session (live at 7PM PST)

Duarte talks about Material Design, where it's been, where it is going.
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May 28, 2015

 

 

For us non-developer types, the big draw of Google I/O is the keynote speach, where we learn about all the new goodies heading our way. Of course that’s only just a small part of what I/O is about, with developers coming from all over the world to participate in various Android and Google related sessions.

One such session is “Material Now”, which kicks off at 7:00 PM EST (4:00 PM PST). The upcoming session is hosted by none other than Matias Duarte, where he’ll take a look at “where we’ve been and where we’re going with material design”.

Here’s the full session description taken from the schedule:

This talk will examine the logistics of materializing products inside and outside of Google over the past year, from working collaboratively with product teams, to expanding and refining our guidelines for designers and developers. It will ask: how can we push material design into new and exciting territory?

While these types of sessions aren’t for everyone, if you enjoy Material Design and are curious to see where it heads next, you might want to tune in. You’ll find a video embedded above containing a livestream of the event for those interested in tuning in.