After Google announced Material Design for its Android Lollipop update last year, the world has gone material design mad. Material design not only looks amazing but is also a wonderful design philosophy which is helping developers and designers around the world to imagine designs like never before.
Popular apps have already started adopting this new design philosophy for their apps, and new apps for Android are also coming out dressed in material design. For those that have been left out and have not yet implemented the awesome material design, here are some concepts.
Material Design Concepts
Here’s our favourite place to hangout online served in material design.
How about getting a ticket show up like this when you are booking a show next time?
A clean event details page shown in full material design.
Calendar for Desktop
This looks like an elegant calendar app for a desktop PC or even a tablet PC.
A dark and trendy music player design in the all new material design.
How about giving the Chrome browser a shiny new look?
A design well suited for an adventure and journey based app.
That old design of Windows Explorer doesn’t quite fit in these days, so here’s a new look.
A cool design for that boring payment details page.
YouTube already has a material design but this one beats it by a huge margin.
What if Adobe Photoshop was given a makeover using material design?
Managing tasks would get even better with the Trello design.
A typical user profile page given a material design makeover.
News feeds will not be so boring anymore, if they come in this design.
Statistics now look even cooler and more intuitive with this design.
What if Last.fm had a complete makeover, the material design style?
Kickstarter doesn’t have an Android app yet, but if they are planning to make one this would be a great design.
Sharing photos would get much more interesting if Instagram decided to go material design.
A basic calendar app design in the new material design.
How about your favourite training app in material design?
These concepts are really helpful when you are trying to figure out a new design for your app as they provide an idea of how elements can be put together to create a stunning design.
We at OXP hope that these concepts will come in handy for all designers and developers out there who are looking to adopt Google’s Material Design for their next design or app.