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It was June 2014 when Google brought Material Design to the world and got everyone’s attention. Soon after in 2016, Brad Frost coined the term Atomic Design, which laid the foundation of the design system. …


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The design trend has great significance in evolving and revitalizing digital experiences. It reshaped the way we interact with digital products. One such trend is Neumorphism. Neumorphism was coined by Jason Kelley on Michal Malewicz’s medium article “What’s the next UI design trend?”. Soon this created the buzz in the design community and designers started drooling over it.

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Here is my comprehension of why Neumorphism is so fascinating, different and very new from the other design trends.

Best of Flat Design and Skeuomorphism

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Neumorphism originated by combining the old classic skeuomorphism (Interface objects that mimic their real-world counterparts in appearance e.g. recycle bin icon used for discarding files) with the flat design. Skeuomorphism laid the foundation of interface design and flat design emphasizing minimalism. …


“Standing on the shoulders of giants” for building better products

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While studying about different design systems, I realized that all design systems serve the same function, which is to make the process of building products faster, better and scalable with a cohesive and consistent experience. They all have a pretty common structure and consist of UI Kit, style guidelines, color palette, etc. But each one of them has excelled in different UX functionality which can be learned from them. In this article, I have summarized what I learned from the different Design Systems.

Material Design by Google: Affordance

Starting with the revolutionary design system by google- Material Design. Material is the metaphor used by Google to establish its fundamental principle of perceived affordance. Affordances are an object’s properties that show the possible actions users can take with it, thereby suggesting how they may interact with that object.
Material Design is inspired by the physical world and its texture, including how it reflects light and cast shadows. Establishing the physical nature of component Google brought the mental and the conceptual models close enough to make the experience seamless and intuitive. …

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