Monday, August 14, 2017

Google Calendar on the desktop will get the Material Design facelift it needs

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Even though Google introduced its Material Design language back in 2014, certain corners of the search giant, like the Calendar desktop client, have been largely untouched by the design language. That looks to change with an upcoming facelift that brings the client to the latter half of this decade.

Thanks to Reddit user xDawnut, we now have a glimpse at what Google has in mind for Calendar on the desktop, and it is a great-looking thought. From the new day, week, month, and year views to the settings menu, everything has been redesigned to adhere to Material Design. The redesign also introduces a bit of unification, seeing how the redesigned desktop Calendar appears similar to the mobile Calendar app.

Even with the changes, it appears as if the same functionality remains intact, a concern that usually crops up whenever there is a redesign.

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