Google has recently introduced new visual updates to its Material You design language, focusing on progress bars and sliders. These updates, as highlighted by Dylan Roussel on X, bring rounded corners, enhanced motion behaviors, and heightened color contrast to progress bars.
A Sleeker Appearance
The updated progress bars depart from the previous boxy aesthetic, now featuring a sleeker rounded look. This aesthetic change is complemented by new motion behaviors and increased color contrast, offering users a visually enhanced experience.
In a bid to enhance accessibility and clarity, Google has strategically added a gap between the “track” and the active indicator in the progress bars. This alteration aims to provide a clearer indication of progress, making the UI more user-friendly.
End-stop indicators have been introduced as part of these small but meaningful tweaks. These indicators contribute to the overall user experience by providing additional visual cues.
Evolving Material You
Google’s commitment to evolving its Material You design language is evident in these updates. By incorporating these subtle yet impactful changes, the tech giant continues to refine its user interface, offering a more polished and accessible design.
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