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A year ago, Google released its brand new style language, Material Design. It makes use of shadow effects and the ideas of motion and depth to create designs that seem more realistic to the visitor.
The purpose of Material Design is to make clean, modernistic design that concentrate on UX. While Google’s design aesthetic has detractors, it’s been largely lauded as a game-changer.

With its minimalistic appearance, Material Design has a lot in familiar with another developing trend - flat design. Material Design, nevertheless, incorporates shadow and depth, which enables for further depth than flat design.
Before now, we’ve seen the most of Material Design ventures available to app design. Google however publicised Material Design Lite in July, which is more appropriate for websites. However, Material Design was meant to give great UI and UX across all devices. Lite works by using vanilla CSS, HTML and JavaScript and is meant to keep it simplistic to add the feel and look of Material Design to websites.

Material Design Lite doesn’t depend on any specific framework, so designers can use a wide array of front-end resources to make their sites. It’s also compact in terms of the code.