I used Sketch.
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Chrome has over a billion users, all platform combined, and a lot of people might have diverging opinions. There is a lot of subjectivity and its important to balance that with objective…
Interesting, I estimated this number based on our design repository, including touch-view and all ppi combined. As of now, on the design side, we effectively do not have anything else than .svg.
I’d be glad to get accurate number from ENG so I can update this post :)
While windows design guidelines are less enforced or less engraved in their ecosystem of apps, for a lot of reasons, it is simply not true nor what I was implying.
They do have a design language, and a rather strong one in fact on Windows 10. Ripple effect is actually a part of the Microsoft interface.
It is actually something I suggested as earlier as I started at Google, before I learned that doing so has a huge impact on performance because of the way the Windows UI framework works. Drawing on content is very CPU demanding.
That’s the extent of my technical knowledge on the matter.