Here’s an interesting Project NEON Mail App design concept for Redstone 3
Microsoft will soon bring major changes to Windows 10’s user interface with Project NEON, a new design language that will bring better integration with the many new mixed reality experiences coming to the OS as well as refresh the operating system’s looks.
Thanks to a series of leaked photos, we have a general idea about the future design changes. Insiders should be able to test these changes with the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 3 builds expected to roll out this summer.
If you’re curious to learn more about Project NEON and how it can improve Windows 10’s UI, check out the screenshot below. The image depicts an interesting Project NEON Mail App concept designed by Michael West.
This concept shows a neater, clearer Mail App interface. The blurred navigation bar on the left looks fantastic. The design perfectly highlights every element and everything is in its place and there for a reason.
It is worth mentioning again that this is a design concept and not an official Microsoft design. However, we do know that the Redmond giant is open to suggestions, so chances are someone from Dona Sarkar’s Insider Team may really like this idea and vote it in. This is not a far-fetched hypothesis taking into account the hype created on Reddit around this Mail App design concept.
That looks amazing. The first nice looking and functionally designed Windows app I’ve seen in a long time. It looks just like Airmail for macOS… Wink wink
I really love that aero glass style, i sure hope it makes its way to other parts of Windows aswell
What do you think about this Mail App design? Would you like to see it in the final OS version?
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