We’ve seen last year that many websites and app adopted, incorporated the visual language. Material Design was introduced by Google on the IO event 2014. This is going to be the year of Material Design. Just in case you haven’t jumped on the Material Design bandwagon or aren’t fully convinced of it’s merits as yet, we’ve collected a small collection of HTML and CSS examples from Codepen that will surely convince you.
A demonstration of how the app drawer is filled with motion in Android Lollipop. ByHimateja and Jovie Brett.
See the Pen Material Design Drawer – Dribbble Rebound (Webkit only) by Himateja (@Himateja) on CodePen.
A collection of recreated ‘morphing’ icons in a Material Design style. By Alberto Bonvicin.
Immaculate examples of Material Design’s transitions. By Andrew Tunnecliffe.
A simple recreation of Material Design’s scaling interactions. By Dennis Gaebel.
See the Pen Expando: An Interaction Based on Google Material Design by Dennis Gaebel (@grayghostvisuals) on CodePen.
Examples of the inputs on a Material Design form. By Sergey.
A pure-CSS example of Material Design’s intuitive card swipe animation. By Michiel Bijl.
A Material Design menu system that slides the page to reveal a clean and simple navigation. By Lewi Hussey.
A CSS (with a sprinkle of JS) hamburger menu that has been animated in a Material Design style. By Chris Wheatley.
A CSS and SVG recreation of Material Design’s loading spinners. By Fran Pérez.
Address Bar UI
A CSS mock-up of Chrome’s Material Design address bar (including meaningful transitions). By David Khourshid.
A touch enabled side scrolling tab system that mimics Android Lollipop’s stock app drawer. By Adam Crockett.
What are your thoughts on Material Design? Have you used it any of your projects? Also, if know of any other animated examples of Material Design, please do share them as well.