Google's Material Design
language has taken the web development and design worlds by storm. Now available on many more platforms than Android, Material Design
uses color, light, and movements to not only generate beautiful interfaces, but to provide intuitive navigation for the user.
Learning Material Design
will teach you the fundamental theories of Material Design
using code samples to put these theories into practice.
Focusing primarily on Android
Studio, you'll create mobile
interfaces using the most widely used and powerful material components, such as sliding drawers and floating action buttons. Each section will introduce the relevant Java
classes and APIs required to implement these components. With the rules regarding structure, layout, iconography, and typography covered, we then move into animation and transition, possibly Material Design's most powerful concept, allowing complex hierarchies to be displayed simply and stylishly.