Fluent Design Wireframe Example: Photo Album App Fluent UI

The best way to understand Fluent Design Wireframe is to look at some examples of Fluent Design Wireframe and start drawing your own. You can now modify the Fluent Design Wireframe example below using Visual Paradigm's online Fluent Design Wireframe tool.

How to Create Fluent Design UI?

Microsoft recently unveiled their Fluent Design System, which is intended for use on a wide range of Windows 10-based devices for creating 'adaptive, empathic, and beautiful user interfaces.' Fluent is slowly being rolled out across the various Windows versions, from tablets to desktop to mixed reality.

It's meant to extend the already-existing "Microsoft Design Language 2", unofficially yet broadly known as "Metro". Also, at the time of writing, 80% of the Fluent Design System has been integrated into Microsoft's already-existing web framework, named Microsoft Web Framework (MWF).

Microsoft depicts the new Fluent Design System using the following key features.

  1. Light: Adds an element of illumination to apps - particularly useful for mixed reality, in which illuminating where you're gazing serves as a pointer, and helps separate UI elements from virtual environments.
  2. Depth: Adds z-axis information to the UI for things like parallax effects and some extra pizzazz in mixed and virtual experiences. It helps establish a relationship between UI elements, adds some polish to animations, and can increase the sense of space within an app.
  3. Motion: Adds animations that interconnect as you navigate throughout an app's UI. Helps establish continuity as you move between pages, selections, and tasks.
  4. Material: Controls 'physical' properties of UI elements. The first of these is a frosted acrylic look, with modifiable characteristics. Materials can also dictate how the UI can 'bend, stretch, bounce, shatter, and glide' as you interact with them, something that will likely play a greater role as mixed reality becomes more prominent.
  5. Scale: Affects how apps reshape and present themselves across different devices.

How to draw a Fluent Design Wireframe?

Want to create a Fluent Design Wireframe? Try Visual Paradigm, a top-rated online diagramming software that features all the Fluent Design Wireframe tool, symbols, examples and templates you needed.

  1. Create a Fluent Design Wireframe.
  2. Form your Fluent Design Wireframe by dragging the shapes you need from the palette onto the diagram. Connect them with connector lines.
  3. Save your finished work (File > Save as) to our cloud repository for future access. You can also export your work into image (JPG, PNG, PDF, SVG, etc) and share it with your co-workers.

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