Google announced a new universal design language, called Material Design.The design is meant to offer a more consistent, universal look-and-feel across mobile, tablets, desktop and “beyond,” the company explains.
Some of the key features of the new design include an updated version of the system font, Roboto, as well as bold and dramatic colors and highly polished animations.
Durate also quickly walked through the changes in the new framework, which it’s also releasing publicly today at google.com/design. The idea is to put this framework in the hands of developers who build on Google’s platforms, so all apps have a consistent look, similar to how Apple has its own design guidelines for Mac and iOS developers.
One of the dribble user Jakub Kośla released a Free PSD Called
Material Design UI Kit freebie
. You check it from here
[button url=”https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_-cyP8BvhpNQUVmQWk4UlRSRDg/view?usp=sharing” postid=”” style=”btn-primary” size=”btn-default” target=”_self” fullwidth=”false”]Download[/button]