Windows Central reported that Microsoft is working on a new design language for the third major update to Windows 10.
The new design language is named NEON. From years now Microsoft has had Tom and Jerry like relation with languages. They keep trying something or the other to introduce something new.
From some years now Microsoft has worked with a number if languages. Shiny and reflective taskbar, glass window borders, and eye-catching animations attracted a lot of appreciation from users across different platforms.
The tables turned when Windows phone 7, that had Metro Design Language was introduced for the first time ever. It celebrated simple and colorful interface with smooth animations and clean typography.
When this language was introduced to Windows 10 desktop version the people didn’t appreciate it. It was quite different response. People disliked the features and the effects.
The flaws were overcome by introduction of MLD and that brought along some key changes to help it be more useful with a keyboard and mouse. NEON is a new code-name for the next version of Microsoft’s design language.
It extends the idea of running the same interface on all devices which was first introduced in Windows 8. NEON is expected to serve as a bridge between holographic and augmented reality (AR) and the desktop environment. It is expected to launch in 2017.
As per the latest news from a reliable source it will start showing up in Redstone 3 builds which are expected to arrive around April or May next year. Many details about design and launch are not yet revealed, but its most probably going to be a better version.
This news got viral with in no time. Everyone is expecting a fully moderated version of windows with introduction of this new language.
2017 is far but we hope waiting is worth it.