Google wants Websites to look good


Google has released a front-end Web framework to help developers build Websites to Material Design specification. Analysts say soon Sites may look similar to an Android app.
Announcing the move on Medium publishing platform, Addy Osmani of Google Developers said: Back in 2014, Google published the material design specification with a goal to provide guidelines for good design and beautiful UI across all device form factors. Today we are releasing our effort to bring this to websites using vanilla CSS, HTML and JavaScript. We’re calling it Material Design Lite (MDL).


Google unveils Material Design Lite to help websites look more like Android apps – The Next Web

http://news.google.com  Jul 6, 2015 

Your favorite website may soon look a lot like an Android app. Google has announced Material Design Lite (MDL), which brings its Material Design …

 

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Google releases Material Design Lite, a web framework for making Material Design-style websites – 9 to 5 Google

July 6, 2015

Google Developers, the team at Google which creates tools and learning materials for developers to take advantage of, has released a front-end web framework for building sites to the Material Design specification…

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