Icons Microsoft Office Finally, rehabilitation work was completed in 2013. Now, after arriving at Windows 10 and after the new design language, Fluent Design has decided to change the icons package for the popular applications that make up the office suite.
With this change, and according to Microsoft, Bulega seeks a reflection of the new character of its collaboration and multiplatform, which is looking for creative Windows ID Seal which is recognized by Mac, iOS and Android.
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Fashionable "flat design", it's made by Microsoft's design team Each icon will be highlighted in two layers: a letter, that is, the identity of the color next to it; and the other is essentially, that is, it simply emphasizes the role of this application. The only exception is OneDrive's case, which keeps the cloud shape, and Skype's famous "S" takes full care.
Jon Friedman, the director of design in Microsoft, explains "to maintain knowledge and at the same time to emphasize simplicity". It is interesting that although this change is breathing fresh air, icons are familiar and easy to recognize.
As a curiosity, & # 39; Jaws & # 39; Novet highlights In fact, Microsoft's "# 39; L & # 39; The letter passed on to the previous Excel in the previous 2013 change, "X & # 39; as an accessory and "XL & # 39; = & # 39; Excel & # 39; (in English) with support. These new changes seem like 'L & # 39;' it will not be refunded.
For many years, Microsoft Excel icons used the X letter in the background (L XL, Excel, .XLS format). 2013 icon came out. The current Excel icon does not recover L again. The guess is never returned https://t.co/2ExqbYPKVe pic.twitter.com/aLqSPVBHbK
– Jordan & # 39; Jaws & # 39; Novet (@jordannovet) November 29, 2018
It should be noted This restructuring only includes the icon of the suit and does not have its own interface, at least for the time being, Office 2019 will not change the changes above the icons, which will see the changes that the office will see on the next day at the platforms available.
As Microsoft says, "it seeks to underscore the context and design human designs that reflect the speed of modern life."