Ubuntu Gets A New Clock Design For Their Suru Visual Language
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 18 January 2016 at 11:17 AM EST. 26 Comments
Ubuntu developers have been working on sending out some updated phone/convergence apps that take advantage of their new Suru visual language.

The revised Ubuntu UI/UX is going for "a lighter, more clean and cohesive look" with the "Suru visual language" their designers have been working on. Their latest app now being shown off is the refreshed Clock app:

The Ubuntu Clock app's redesign follows the approaches of Suru, which is based on origami concepts. More details on the updated Ubuntu Clock can be found from this Canonical Design blog post. Those wanting to learn more about Suru and the current Ubuntu design philosophy can see this Ubuntu design area.

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