Google has introduced its latest design guidelines known as 'Quantum Paper
' or Material Design at the Google I/O conference last month.
The upcoming mobile OS from Android will reportedly be part of the "Quantum Paper
" project which seeks to unify systems across platforms like the internet, iOS and Android.
From offices and labs in modest quarters amid the farmfields outside Holt, Mich., the chief scientist at Quantum Paper Co.
Quantum is owned by Applied Printed Electronics Research, which has two other initiatives: IQ Color automated color management for printing, and future enhancements to Quantum Paper, which President and CEO Michael J.
India, July 14 -- Google introduced its latest design guidelines known as 'Quantum Paper
' or Material Design at the Google I/O conference recently.
According to concept entitled "Quantum Paper
," Google has been working on redesigning an operating system platform referred as "Android L." While the project appears ambitious, it does offer Google plenty of opportunities to push its mobile OS to better heights.
According to CITE, Quantum Paper
is a new design framework projected to work with all the Google products and devices.
Moreover, a Quantum Paper is released via the (http://www.androidpolice.com/2014/06/11/exclusive-quantum-paper-and-googles-upcoming-effort-to-make-consistent-ui-simple/) Android Police , which gives information about the plan of Google to create a major redesign called "Android L."
According to Android Police, Quantum Paper is the primary name for a fresh and unified design framework made to offer experiences consistent across all platforms.
This major unification would affect all products and services across platforms and this project is dubbed as 'Quantum Paper.' The search giant is banking on Quantum Paper to provide consistent interface and user experience to customer, irrespective of the device or the platform from which they are connecting to Google's services.
In a nutshell, Google's Quantum Paper can be defined as an integrated design framework to produce consistent user experience, independent of the platform or the device.