Designing an modern interface is hard work, but it’s the right thing to do.
And it’s easy to get lost in the weeds.
In this article, we’re going to show you how to design with Material design.
But before we start, let’s talk about some key design principles and the importance of using them in the real world.
We’re going with Material for the simplicity of the article.
Material design is a set of design principles that were developed by Google and other tech companies to help developers create responsive interfaces that are visually and logically aligned to their visual design goals.
So it’s not just for designers, but for developers as well.
So you don’t need to learn all of the concepts here.
You can read about them on the official Google blog.
Material is really just a design language that Google has developed.
You should be able to understand it by the time you get to the end.
It’s pretty easy to understand.
And so you’re going get to know the basic concepts pretty quickly, and then the things you need to know about them are going to be a lot easier to understand as you get deeper into it.
So let’s start with the basics.
The Material Design Principles Let’s start by breaking down some of the most important principles of the Material design language.
The first one is the concept of a “user interface.”
It’s a diagram that shows a user interface in the context of a website.
You’ll see this diagram a lot when you design web interfaces.
You might see it in an email, in a document, or even on your phone.
It has the same shape and size.
It looks like this: