Starting Chrome version 59, the material design is enabled by default on Settings page in Chrome. Rather than seeing the classic view of the Settings page, you are seeing this layout by default now once you updated your browser to version 59 or above. It’s actually pretty clean and looks […]
Google finally brought its Material Design into Chrome version 53 and it looks awesome. If you like the approach, you may want to dive into these hidden settings in the Flags page to have an even better user experience. Material Design in the browser’s top chrome Url: chrome://flags/#top-chrome-md Available options: Default […]
Since Chrome version 53, the default Incognito window, aka the InPrivate window, has the dark theme that looks like this. Quite black. That’s because of the Material Design that’s been integrated into this version of Chrome. If you still prefer a light theme of Incognito window like before, here is […]
Material Design is a design language developed in 2014 by Google. It’s a living project that keeps getting updated as Google continues to develop the tenets and specifics. Material Design makes more liberal use of grid-based layouts, responsive animations and transitions, padding, and depth effects such as lighting and shadows. It […]
Google is giving many of its products a material design makeover. The new Material design for the Downloads page i.e., chrome://downloads/ can be enabled in Chrome versions older than version 49 by enabling an experimental Chrome flag. Go to chrome://flags/ and look for the flag; Enable Material Design downloads.