Material Design | UI/UX | Web Applications | mobile
Material Design is a design system developed by Google that is based on reality. It provides guidelines and resources for designing user interfaces that are visually appealing and intuitive to use. Material Design is mainly used for designing applications for mobile devices and the web.

Some technologies that are relevant in the context of material design are:

Android: Material Design was originally developed for the design of Android applications and is integrated into the Android platform.
Web technologies: Material Design is also used for designing web applications and can be implemented using web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
Design Tools: There are a variety of design tools that support Material Design and make it easy to incorporate Material Design elements into applications. Examples of such tools are Sketch and Adobe XD.
Material Components: Material Components are libraries of UI components provided by Google that make it easy to integrate Material Design elements into applications.

BITS experts have implemented UI/UX based on Material Design in a wide range of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

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