Here’s your first look at Windows 10’s upcoming design overhaul

We heard last November that Microsoft was working to overhaul its design language for Windows 10’s interface as well as for first- and third-party apps on the platform. Now, MSPoweruser has obtained leaked images of that program, dubbed Project NEON.

It’s more iterative than wholly revolutionary, building on the clean and content-focused Metro design language first seen in Windows 8 and the current Microsoft Design Language 2 (MDL2) currently in use on Windows 10.

There’s still a major emphasis on text and images over interface elements, but also a view to improve consistency, as well as to introduce more refined animations across the board.

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