Blur effects coming to Windows 10’s core app
First signs of NEON design language shows up ahead of BUILD 2017
Microsoft will reveal more details about the upcoming improvements to Windows 10, including design changes for UWP apps, at this week’s BUILD conference for developers. But the company has already started tweaking the design of the built-in Windows 10 apps – voice recorder, paint, calculator, camera, people and more.
The latest updates for Insider in the Fast ring have introduced blur effects and translucent background to the apps. The same semi-transparent look is now available across all UWP apps for Windows 10, and this may be the first of the many design improvements which will be detailed at BUILD.