— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) May 9, 2018
It’s great to see Microsoft iterating on it’s Fluent Design on Windows 10. The Verge summarises the changes and improvements being made and how they’ll benefit developers and users going forward. One of the small details I’m most pleased about is the reduction of white spacing between UI elements. Fluent Design was clearly touch first at the beginning, but by permitting the user interface components to sit closer together allows for higher density applications. Fingers crossed we see some more adoption of Fluent over the coming months.