Chrome Windows Chrome 53rd release has hit the stable channel and with it the final step of our revamped core UI deployment, Windows. In addition of technical im...
Chrome macOS Chrome M52 just hit the stable channel and with it the second phase of the Core UI revamp deployment, this time on macOS. While implemented in Coc...
Chrome desktop Material Design Chrome 50 is starting to roll out and with its Chrome OS version comes the Material design revamp of the Core UI. A year in the making, the MD red...
Chrome OS Audio Player Continuing our updates on the Chrome OS' core apps, this time it's the tiny audio player who is getting a revamp. Currently available to try in t...
Chrome OS Gallery app One of my favorite thing to work on on the platform. The Chrome OS Gallery app is an appendix to the Files app, also recently redesigned. It allo...
Chrome Os Files app Following yesterday's shot, these are mocks of the Chrome OS' new files .app that I've worked on with our awesome Tokyo team. Using customized Po...
Desktop material design ripples This is a motion spec created for the implementation of the revamped files .app on Chrome OS. Our goal for the new set of built-in apps in Chrome...
Chrome HTML5 Video Player Currently available on the Chrome Android Dev Channel, we've redesigned the HTML5 video/audio player to be lighter, slicker and more touchable usin...
Redesigning Chrome for Android. Part.2 A little bit less than two month since the publication of the first part, I just finished writing the second and last article of my "Redesigning Ch...
Device Templates I took a few device photographs to illustrate my "Redesigning Chrome for Android" article series and I realized that while I used to use a lot of t...
Redesigning Chrome for Android. Part.1 It’s been a year since I/O 2014 and the first announcement of Material Design. Now that I/O 2015 is behind us and that we’ve seen a more matured ve...
Chrome iOS Pull to reload The new Chrome for iOS update comes with a re-designed Pull to reload/open/close tab feature among other things. Props to Chris Lee and Pete Schaf...