The Evolution of Microsoft Fluent Visual Language

Our good pal Wes Cockx has shared with us a beautiful and quite inspiring project he worked with Nando Costa and the mighty team at Microsoft Design. Their collaboration was to explore the next evolution of key visuals for Microsoft's new Fluent UI and be part of their brand visual language. They have been exploring through the entire visual system language, it's quite an accomplishment. I have been such a great fan of what Microsoft Design has been putting together and even more on collaborating with many incredible talents in the community. Props!

Credits

Fluent is Microsoft's open-source, cross-platform design system that gives designers and developers the frameworks they need to create engaging product experiences—accessibility, internationalization, and performance included.

Microsoft Fluent UI

abstract caustics design language dispersion glass gradient minimal pastel UI ux

abstract caustics design language dispersion glass gradient minimal pastel UI ux

abstract caustics design language dispersion glass gradient minimal pastel UI ux

abstract caustics design language dispersion glass gradient minimal pastel UI ux

abstract caustics design language dispersion glass gradient minimal pastel UI ux

abstract caustics design language dispersion glass gradient minimal pastel UI ux

Wes Cockx is a designer and a master in visuals based in Brooklyn, NY, USA. Make sure to check out more of his work at cream3d.com.

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