Google Updates Material Design Resources, As Android 5.0 Gets Released

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  • 18 Oct 2014
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  • Google originally released its Material Design guidelines back in July and took this decision as a mechanism of getting feedback from developers in order to refine the design features of the Android 5.0 platform. Today it has updated the resources and guidelines with new features.


    This means that together with the Android 5.0 SDK that has just been made available by Android Dev for download, Google has also published updated guidelines and resources, receiving the feedback of the Android community and tweaking the looks of the Material Design. These resources include sticker sheets in PSD, AI and Sketch formats, as well as an updated icon library, new color swatches and more.


    Android Lollipop’s guidelines are vital if you want to work with Google’s new OS version. For example, the new system icons sticker sheet includes the new look of the icons that can be used across different apps for varied purposes. That includes media playback, communication, connectivity and more. App developers need to keep a close eye on guidelines to get ready for Android 5.0.

    The new devices that will have Android 5.0 will come in November.

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