Oct 31, 2012
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The curious case of Microsoft’s Metro, a design language that cannot be spoken
Microsoft’s Metro design language has gone through a name change of late. Used to describe the company’s design principles around typography and minimal graphics, Metro is now referred to as the “Microsoft design language.” 

The curious case of Microsoft’s Metro, a design language that cannot be spoken

Microsoft’s Metro design language has gone through a name change of late. Used to describe the company’s design principles around typography and minimal graphics, Metro is now referred to as the “Microsoft design language.” 

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