It seems like Windows 11 design does what Windows 10 couldn’t, homogenize the design beyond the operating system. The Redmond giant tried to bring Fluent Design to the web with its various elements and ultimately it is not. Now With Windows 11, we are starting to see changes in this direction.
Microsoft user pages are adapted to Windows 11
The first point where we saw these changes is in Microsoft support website. Where we can see our devices, our licenses and even in Rewards, we see changes. The visual style, although similar, has changes in this direction as can be seen.
Too the subscriptions area is displayed in a different style more consistent with Windows 11. This is just the start and very soon we might see more changes in this direction. The Redmond giant wants its corporate design to be similar and it shows in every detail.
It is interesting to see how round shapes and cards are now spreading after many years since they were first introduced. We now hope that this translates into a final farewell to visual inconsistencies or elements from other eras. The Redmond giant must unify its visual image not only in Windows but in all its products.
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