Material Design for Android Developers

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Learn and apply the material design principles that define Android's visual language to your apps.

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r/androiddev • post
103 points • androidcodegeeks
Building your app with material design is pretty easy. We'll prove it to you.
r/androiddev • post
33 points • majedev
Material design for Android developers | Course on Udacity
r/androiddev • comment
13 points • imaginihs

That's really good work! Looks like a very solid first app project.

If you are concerned with it's design and want to take your skills further, definitely checkout the material guidelines. I suggest you this course in particular, it's great for beginners.

Happy learning!

r/androiddev • comment
3 points • Regi07

Try the material design course by google

r/androiddev • comment
1 points • madimy

r/androiddev • comment
1 points • hp1ow

Here’s a course about Material Design on Udacity, by Google:

I’m about to start it too :)

r/androiddev • comment
1 points • peter_wanden

This is the track I took as it's what Google recommends:

Do this



and then this

and then you will have an idea of what to do and how to do it with Android


All of the above are a little out of date, however that does not matter. I've heard they are all going to be refreshed in Kotlin soon. They are all free!

Either way, until you are familiar with the above you are going to have a pretty tough time with Android, however completing the above will make life a LOT easier.


Good luck.