January 13, 2012
Google is finally showing developers what an Android app should look like. Android Design is Google’s freshly launched style guide for Ice Cream Sandwich. It outlines everything developers should do to make a high quality app that “fits in” with the rest of ICS. Most of the big stuff is covered: Icons, color swatches, grid layouts, writing style, touch feedback - it’s beautiful. Apps are normally all over the place, it will be really nice to see some consistency.
Strict guidelines is something that Android really missing, but this one simply covers. I know: most of developers have even no idea which font they should use. I was missing this doc badly a month ago.

Google is finally showing developers what an Android app should look like. Android Design is Google’s freshly launched style guide for Ice Cream Sandwich. It outlines everything developers should do to make a high quality app that “fits in” with the rest of ICS. Most of the big stuff is covered: Icons, color swatches, grid layouts, writing style, touch feedback - it’s beautiful. Apps are normally all over the place, it will be really nice to see some consistency.

Strict guidelines is something that Android really missing, but this one simply covers. I know: most of developers have even no idea which font they should use. I was missing this doc badly a month ago.



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