Material Design in Lectora Templates

With mobile devices and touch screens being a big part of our daily lives, we want these devices and their applications to be intuitive and easy to use. The design of user interfaces ought to give us cues as to how to interact with them, and they ought to respond to our actions in the way we’re expecting. After all, form follows function.

To that end, Google created a design language called “Material Design“, focused on creating a consistent look and feel from flat design elements. Their objective was to create something that emulated using actual paper, but with the constraints of the physical world removed. But that’s not to say that it’s utter chaos in there. For instance, if you quickly swipe upwards on a touch screen and lift your finger off the screen, the contents of that page will scroll downwards at a fast speed, gradually slowing to a stop. If, while the scroll is coasting, you put your finger back down on the screen, it will come to a stop.

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