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I’m a bit late experimenting with this trend, and after a couple attempts at getting the right inner shadows I still don’t get it.
Aside from the additional real estate each component takes up & the lack of contrast, I don’t see a practical application for this.
Even with skeuomorphism there are some practical applications when designing for seniors (+ lost tribes who have never interacted with UI) & in applications where users need additional visual affordances. Regardless I had some fun with this little experiment, I’ve attached the source file, along with the neumorphic shadows I used.
Curious to hear if there's been an actual neumorphic implemented in production somewhere :p
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