No more Metro for Microsoft – What do you think they should use instead?

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Now that the dust has settled, the previously rumored story that Microsoft was ditching the term ‘Metro’ seems to be holding true.

The claim was that the German company Metro AG made a complaint to Microsoft over the term and while it seems specious to us it was evidently enough to get Microsoft to immediately cease all usage of the name.

Ed Bott over at ZDNet has a good article articulating the point that Microsoft was not using ‘Metro’ as a code-name but instead used it dozens of times in press conferences, keynotes and developer documentation thereby making it offiial. In turn, he finds their public reasoning for abandoning the term ludicrous. We agree.

Microsoft is expected to reveal a follow-up name to Metro, used to describe their minimalist design principle based off of metro (airport, subway) signage, sometime in the next week. While we wait for that name to drop, we want to know what you think it should be called?

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When you think about it, branding is something that is very difficult to do which is why ‘Metro’ was so great—it flowed, it was descriptive, it was a single term, it evoked a modern feel.

So if you had choice to name Microsoft’s new design language, what would you call it? According to Micrsooft, these are the principles behind the-design-language-formerly-known-as-Metro:

  • Typography. Type is beautiful. Not only is it attractive to the eye, but it can also be functional. The right balance of weight and positioning can create a visual hierarchy. Additionally, well placed type can help lead you to more content.
  • Motion is what brings the interface to life. Transitions are just as important as graphical design. By developing a consistent set of motions or animations, a system is created that provides context for usability, extra dimension and depth and improves the perceived performance of the whole interface.
  • Content not Chrome is one of the more unique principles of Metro. By removing all notions of extra chrome in the UI, the content becomes the main focus. This is especially relevant due to the smaller screen size and gesture-based interactions.
  • Honesty. Design explicitly for the form factor of a hand held device using touch, a high resolution screen and simplified and expedited forms of interaction. In other words, be “authentically digital”.

With those descriptors in place, do you have a good replacement?

If so, sound off in comments. 

We'll pick the top 5 names and run them in a poll for you folks. The winner will get a $50 gift-certificate to our store (which now has international shipping). Cool?



There are 449 comments.

tiabonaz says:

Where I can find the app you show in the picture at the top of the article? thanks

It's not an app, just a slide.

tiabonaz says:

oh thanks.
can you provide me a link please?? thanks again and sorry for the offtopic

J4rrod says:

Why don't you just right-click and save it?

patiua says:

Motion is right on!
Pure is also a good bet.
Fluid could work.

stzeer6 says:

I suggest inertia. It's short, catchy and conveys motion.

chris_abr says:

It has to work in different languages, and inertia is too complicated. That's why metro worked so well.. Metro (as in transport) is called Metro in most languages already, so everyone knows how to pronounce it.

JD Miles says:

how about Depot/DEPOT

Alex_Hong says:

Me UI.
Our UI is so simple, clear, and minimalistic that we decided to drop the "tro". :p
Just kidding. Me as in the Me tile. Since i seem to remember them talking about how a windows phone is about personalisation. Once I unlock my screen, based on the way I arrange my tiles, based on the "Me" tile, the phone is instantly regconisable as my phone. I use it the way i want. The UI of WP is the personification of me.
Me UI. Me and you, you and I. Connecting me to you, becoming you and I.
Well, that sure as hell was some confusing gibber. hahaha.

diplomat696 says:

How about SUB UI (Styled Unbelievably) Could Also Be Suburban UI instead of Metro just a bit further out :)
or maybe MOVE UI would work

Shylvune says:

PanUI ? (pan->global, panel..., easy to say and it stays short)

quicoli says:

I believe it should be named as "Real UI", because this is main point of it.  Everytime I see it adjetives: transitions, fluid, clean, light, non faking materials, look digital... is a trying to make it *real*, something wich people can interact, not something between you and your computer.
Real UI means you are diveing in something real :) 
Native UI is also a good name;

Creer UI or Crear UI. Spanish words for believe and create.

ZX9 says:

I like Transit UI. Calling it Surface, Kinect, or another brand name could cause brand confusion. A new name is in order. Transit references Metro, but something like Silk, Fluid, or Current UI could work.

akki20892 says:

"Windows UI" or "Window UI".......would be great name because UI design is like a home window.....!!!!

Jnbs says:


dubbin_irie says:

How about Perfect UI =)

Kreblon says:


I don't know, I usually don't like the use of numbers in place of letters, but it ties in with their 3-screen vision.

bdattilo says:

Natural UI, or NUI.

cedarlog says:

i like ModernUI
OR as other said Synergy OR transit 

Z3Vo says:

Rename the surface to canvas and rename metro surface. Think about it, "canvas, create something".

gtc69 says:

just switch the two letters could mean...
Microsoft Empowered Run Time Operating-system
User Interface

beachhoppr says:

City UI is my vote

izaispetsnaz says:

Nnnnoooooooo :(

abauckhage says:


crazie says:

I saw this mentioned above, but I vote for


The great part about the Metro UI for me was the Live tiles. Of course, with Microsoft abandoning the Live moniker in favor of other things (Xbox music,, etc) I don't think that will happen.

J4rrod says:

They're moving away from the Live name, not a chance.

We Ain't Mother-F@%#Ing Apple, B&tches

KDoubleU says:

MUI but marketed to be pronounced Moo-Eee as in
when naviagting the Mooo-Eee interface
when programing for the Moo-Eee desigin language guidlines
the Moo-Eee experience for the end user provides.....
Its catchy and gets them focusing on the buzz word and goes beyond the acronym

kenosando says:

First thought was Pure View, but that won't work. Purity won't either. Then I thought Panel or Panes, but that doesn't quite describe the entire UX.
And then, I came up with Clarity.
Now, does everyone (including myself) rename their apps that have "metro" in the name?

samyom says:


Ukscooter says:

Does this mean the German company will be sueing or trying to block Pairs from using Metro in the name for its transport system or the London Metro news?  Whar about InterMetro, who for over 80 years been making products for the food indistry.and lets not forget metro radio, metro Chicago and last but not least the Oregon Metro.

mwgeek says:

call it ZUX or ZUI, credit to its origins in Zune

Why not tie in to recent product changes and go with: Outlook UI.

aubreyq says:

Tiles or Surface, like many have already suggested.

Houdani says:

Window's Pain
Window Pains

(not a typo)

I really like my WP7, and I think I'll like it on a Surface. I'm not convinced I'll like it on the desktop.

nicholauslee says:

I'll go ahead and throw my hat in this race.
"MidCen", as in mid-century modern, which is also based on similar clean, simple, and functional asthetics.

neoice says:

I could call it PISO
Interface of
PISO means Floor or Ground in Spanish and since most of the floors in Mexico uses Mosaic like the tiles in the interface. I guess its a good idea.

Mio_Ray says:

Glass UI

works with all devices from the smaller phones to the large tv

pebo2 says:

 "the UI formerly known as Metro"

jonnye says:

Well the design is made up of squares and rectangles so they should call it 'Quad'

4 Letters
4 Sides
4 Everyone
4 Sure


Agent-P says:

"Urban" and "Mosaic" are my two favourite suggestions I've seen. Although, no matter what I'll still call it "Metro" because I like that the best.

qhuy08 says:

Square UI
Graph Paper UI
Futro UI for metro and futurist

TonyFStacks says:

Swag, because its always fresh and always up to date.

Jeber22 says:

A few world from data or knowleage sound cool.
1. Datum UI
2. Lore UI
3. Domain UI
Or my favorite Surreal UI

wsanchez78 says:

M.U.I for Modern UI

Vvillegas134 says:


mjfadaway says:

or "vision" because Microsoft has a ton of it right now

Gigantuouse says:

Manhattan UI
Its a huge Metropolitan area, so it is a spiritual successor of sorts. 
Plus Manhattan is a cool word. Duh.

rwalrond says:

Bob as in Microsoft Bob UI.

"KISS UI" Keep It Simple Stupid. Imagine the ads with the cute girls looking at the camera, lips puckered, kinda sexy!!

mjfadaway says:

How about "Clean" cuz that's what it is. Lol...although I would still kinda like to see something that has to do with the subway/transit system

dVelas says:

How about something like the "Simplis" UI.

dVelas says:

+1. I kind of like Metrus also. :)

rodneyej says:

It should be called "Info UI" "Info design language"....

paulm187 says:

To be honest we are so used to metro for 2 years anything they come up with is gonna sound naff, way to go MS. Can't even secure a brand name!

rodneyej says:

Second that!

blessthejon says:

Really hard to leave the term metro, but I since everything is fast and flowing, I would probably call it "Swift".

rodneyej says:

"Sure Windows Integrates Features Tightly" lol

blessthejon says:

Lol, good one.

jcagga says:

What about Mètro?

compuman says:

This French version is pretty good too.  MetroUI is good too.  I hope they don't drop it.

horbeme says:

windows currier, windows  stamp, windows transit, windows surface, windows impress, windows match, windows form, windows art, windows journey

the OS that mimicks your life!!!

addicusbrown says:

Agree with these two - Kinect UI or Pure UI. Love them.

myrandex says:

X-Flow to go with the X Box marketing they have.

westwaswon says:

Segoe Method
Switz (since its based off Swiss style typography)
These are my favs that I've seen.

danWP7allday says:

Venice UI. Combines the idea of beauty, sophistication, desire, luxury, and of course, evokes fluidity and perpetual charm

Thamuz says:

Flow or Sleek? Or they could expand on the Segoe name?

danWP7allday says:

Zen UI. Conveys simplicity, effortlessness, connectivity, transition, truth, wisdom

WinFan1 says:

Like this!

TonyDedrick says:

As long as the OS is still known as Windows Phone, you could call the design "crap in a bag" for all I care. No one really refers to a phone by its design philosophy. At least no one I know

mrdeezus says:

How About Surface UI?
Brand name continuity!!

al.cantara says:

Did somebody say digital space?  Folks, behold the winning entry...
Def: In mathematics, a matrix (plural matrices) is a rectangular array of numbers, symbols, or expressions, arranged in rows and columns. The individual items in a matrix are called its elements or entries. (more...)
matrixUI, matrixApps, one of the best movies ever :)

al.cantara says:

Of course I wouldn't be surprised if someone already beat me to it :)

Sarang68 says:

Yes you wouldn't be because it has been done.

Pluckcharm says:

Microsoft Bright, or Br8

polob says:

+1 This actually has potential

Strings78 says:

Phoenix UI. Microsoft can use it to "rise from the ashes"

zazi0815 says:

It's called Metro and it will always be called Metro. Metro design is/will be platform and company independent. In appr. 2 years you'll see nearly every modern UI designed or inspired by Metro. Metro is/will be the new Bauhaus (one of it's root). Who's Metro AG ... ? - Metro design will be omnipresent in the near future!

Metro is state of the art!

I have no name to contribute, which is better than all of the suggestions I've read here so far. I'll always call it metro regardless.

monigal2 says:

Liveui, xboxui,

keppn says:


Looks strange, but read it aloud, and it sounds a lot like 'genuine' -- exactly what it is.

Also it evokes the feeling of 'a new generation'

Still not as good as metro, but this one should be easily available to Microsoft -- as long as they hand me some fistful of Dollars ;]

al.cantara says:

Here's another good one - hope it's not taken.


Cosmopolitan is somewhat similar to the word metro. Def describes the UI pretty well to.

People UI
Personal UI
Post UI
putting the things you care about most - people
Each phone represents our unique settings, I could spot my home screen a mile away, my -personal- device.
Afterwards or future is -post. Also metro signage is on a sign -post.

Windows Aurora?
•Aurora, IL is located near Chicago, IL
•Windows 95 was codenamed Chicago
•Both Windows 95 and Windows 8 are breakthrough products.
Anybody see a connection? :-D

al.cantara says:

Wayne's world, party time, excellent.. Love it, but only coz I live there :)

zshakoblah says:

My choice - "Concourse." Meaning a road or passage, etc. Follows the same lines as "metro," just a different word

Métro UI
(adding a bit of French to it :P)

avazee says:


irlju#WP says:

They should seriously name it Zune UI. Will be absolutely hilarious.

TangentStar says:

I really feel MS should fight this one, Metro is out there, people know it.

How about a (French?) spelling like Sioux, 
Metrioux or Metroux but sounds the same.
Finally. if they must, how about  Mesa.
"The new Mesa UI let's you focus on what is important..."

Avoid fluid, glass, liquid, areo - anything that conjures up the goopy gradients and highlights (chrome) that all the other UI's use including Windows 7. Windows Phone is free from those, beautifully simple.

Spacegho5t says:

How about an Infinity symbol? Its like an 8 sideways (Win8, WP8) and also descriptive of the infinite ways you can change your start screen (since the new live tiles are so customizable.

blends says:

Just name it "panoramic". That's essentially what it is.

SmoothDog says:

How bout "Billboard". MS Billboards.

al.cantara says:

I like that it has bill in it as in gates :)

'Modern UI' - It's the simple and best choice by far.

To start with, it accurately describes what Windows 8 is; the first huge step away from the nearly 40 year old aging Xerox PARC UI and the move to the future of UI and computing.

Next, it quells snarky ignorant complaints from those who seek to tarnish its name and/or who are stuck in that idea of what computing "should be" from the 1970's. It does this by taking away the very word they try to tarnish and replacing it with something, that not only has a natural positive connotation but shows how these people are out of touch with the present and future. People can try to talk down Metro, despite them barely using it and actively trying to stay away from it, but what they are really saying is they don't want a Modern UI, they want to stay in their comfy outdated UI that's not "new, different, and scary!". So now when they decry that they don't like the new Modern UI, everyone can see what their real issue is; that they are stuck in their old outdated ways unwilling to adapt to the changing future.

Finally, it describes what we should all aspire too; to reach for the best of what can be instead of staying stagnant in the status quo. Our goal everyday, whether it be just using our computers to do a few simple tasks or working on something that will change the world, should be to reach for the best possible future, not stay stuck in out dated concepts. This isn't the 70s anymore; it's time to step up to the present and move on to the future; it's time to be modern. Windows 8 with a new Modern UI.

J4rrod says:

I previously said Pure UI, as "pure" is a synonym of clear and quiet.

I want to add another submission. This time, I considered synonyms of the word "win." This is WINdows after all, and MS wants to win.

Sweep UI

J4rrod says:

Another submission: Fit UI

MIckyjj says:

Maybe Tilator ? A mix of tile and dominator or exterminator.

bradleyj says:

Someone said "Glass UI" already, but I think they should just call it: "Glass"
I have always wondered why MS called them 'tiles' instead of 'panes' since the operating system is "windows" and window panes allow you to figuratively look through to see your information.

hammerhand says:

That way you don't have live panes? Or you don't pin panes?

ty3 lor3 says:

What about Infinity. Then they could just turn the 8 on its side.

VisualScape UI... panoramas are like landscapes you're looking through... scanning.. taking in... refocusing... and it's visually appealing

hammerhand says:

How about just Scape?

ricomcbrain says:

I agree with bjax Flow sounds good its simple

blackprince says:


tallgeese says:

WinRT is the obvious choice. But, I'll still call it Metro.

i quickly read through the comments but not sure if anyone has said it. what about Xbox UI?
it is a brand that they have already established and something that is well known with consumers, gamers or not.

Sarang68 says:

Just add another alphabet & call it metron!

textomatic says:

1. Surface UI
2. Tile UI
3. Live UI
4. Box UI

ntfan says:

I will call it LiTi. (Live Tiles)!

sudiv says:

First of all i don't want to stick with the word UI, yeah ofcourse we are talking about user interface only, but it'll be good if we cut out that word from behind.

So, we are surfing through the menu right so why we can't call it as Surf-Ace. Yes,


How is it?

cmilette says:

I think Microsoft should rename it Reflex.
I rather like that name, especially for something as intuitive as their Windows Phone UI. The name paints the scene as a sort of natural, easy-to-learn interface that won't intimidate customers the least bit.
Hopefully that all made sense!

Sounds good to me!

Antenna says:

In order of preference:
1) Transit
2) Surface
3) Motion

Iseedeadppl says:

How about nova? Or flare.

2brun4u says:

Microsoft Flip, or Live Flip interface because of all the flipping tiles and the flip transitions

Neykez says:

I have another:
from Nautilus: name of marine creatures of cephalopod family Nautilidae.
and Tile: manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass

carloswin07 says:

LIFE UI is a name that goes with the person who is actually using the WP or W8 device. They attach to us because as you said before "Content, no Chrome" the UI doesn't shine just by itself, it shines because of us. It is alive because it is an assistant for the user, so it has LIFE!

agentlossing says:

Everyone keeps using the term UI... Metro is not really a UI. It's part of a UI, but the definition of a UI encompasses more than what Metro is (was!). Metro is/was a design principle. "Metro" alludes to its own origin in Swiss transit graphic design, so why not stay transparent and call it something like MARQUEE... it's a catchy name and suggests that this is, well, what it is: signage (of a digital, abstracted sort).

Tweedelou says:

Simply call it Tile UI. Convenient, simple, recognizable AND no direct company involved.

aderud says:

I say PICTO UI. Since it uses pictograms like they do in metros, airports etc. What do you think?

ZuNuKoo says:

I'd like to see NUI, New User Interface, (which is something else they are calling it) Honestly they should have looked into this before making salespeople go out an advertise something. Also like the idea of Live Tiles. Since they have Xbox live already. Windows 8 style UI. W8SUI. Also know as.. Weight Sooey. Wait Sooey.

MrCroiX says:

Either 'Box' or 'Square' ? I think these both are perfect to describe a windows phone UI. Everything of windows phone can be describe with these simple word. =)

binlid1 says:

Very simple...SURFACE UI

Most people have never heard of Metro and have not been exposed to it due to lack of WP marketing and thusly lack of market share. However, If Microsoft marketing does its job (for once) then by Christmas "Surface" should become as much a mainstream household name as iPad. From there MS could leverage that new, modern, positive branding, and newly recognisable visual style for its entire range of "Surface style" products... PC, Tablet, Phone, XBOX, Web Services.

MS need to simplify their consumer branding. Surface is a golden opportunity to do that!

binlid1 says:

Also, because SURFACE is both a noun and a verb it can be use in much more versatile ways, especially in marketing.
e.g. Surface your memories (SkyDrive photos/videos), Surface your creativity (Office/Paint tools), Surface your inner gamer (Xbox live on tablet/pc/console), Surface your favourite people (deep social network integration across all MS products), Surface the things you care about....etc. Etc.
The term Surface can be used to create a mindshare link to all MS products, without actually branding them as Surface (that is retained for MS'a reference hardware), by way of linking the Metro/Tile based UI in all products with how Live Tiles actually SURFACE the information you care about seeing. Referring to all new MS Metro UI as SURFACE UI could achieved that mindshare link, on the back of a newly established, well liked and successful modern product, the Surface tablets.
Beyond XBOX, which is too synonymous with gaming at this point, SURFACE may be MS's best chance at creating a positive new brand. They should leverage the f#@k out of it, and the way to do that could be to use it as branding fir the Metro/tile based UI style across all products.

danWP7allday says:

Breathe UI. Suggests, a new beginning, a new life, freshness, freedom.

danWP7allday says:

Freedom - suggests the UI can set you free (from the unoriginal mundane), suggests infinite opportunity, and also reflects the spirit of a new human era and the democratic and American ideal

Mio_Ray says:


for a "cool" touch :)

v4nandu says:

Fluid or Live..... I prefer... Live owns by MS and we need to create a live ID for using Windows phone.... so we can use Live OS or Live UI..... Its life....

v4nandu says:

+2000 for Live.... I like it most

imnmo says:

^Micro Cubes^ [::] =)

imnmo says:

^Soft Cubes^ or ^Micro Cubes^ or *Magic Bricks*

hammerhand says:

I didn't see it in the comments today (I did yesterday) but why not call it what it is- Swiss Design. Or Swiss. Swiss UI. Swish? If you want to stay city-themed you could call it something like Zurich (Zs are cool) or another Swiss city, though I don't think Baden, Bern, or Geneva roll off the tongue as well for a UI name.

yankligven says:

Classic UI. It sounds sophisticated, and as the Windows Phone OS ages, the name would carry even more meaning (i.e. Live tiles, full integration, etc.).

TboWP7 says:

What about Fresh UI? Or Fresh UX?

TboWP7 says:

Or Refresh UI or Refresh UX.

GDannyboy says:

UMIX User Metro-style Interface eXperience

GDannyboy says:

Umix. Where yoU come first.

TboWP7 says:

Or Hub UI. Hubs UI

I think they should call it  COSMO

gzinkl says:

"White". Pure. Simple. Amalgamation of all colors...amalgamation of all that is good in UI

ebradley says:

Why not call it XboxUI? Same as they are doing for Zune. (jk) What ever it is, lets hope it is simple, like the previously used term Metro.

tsa-21x says:


jeremyNLSO says:

The "Tower" interface?

What about the "FlashTap" or "StageTap" interface?

The "SkyView" interface?


macgyver35 says:

I'm going to throw in the name "Unity", or the "Unity UI".
Here's why...
I'm thinking not only along the lines of the streamlined and uniform appearance of the start screen, or how the OS unifies so many things with its People Hub, aggregating your contacts, with facebook, twitter, or it's unification of search, etc...
I'm also thinking of the broader picture of what Microsoft is trying to accomplish with its "three screens" push.  While many of us, especially the tech geeks, like the moniker "Metro", it hasn't really resonated with the masses, even for those that have heard of it.
I think that the term Unity would be far more appealing and effective in terms of pure naming, but also more importantly, it serves as a better hook should Microsoft develop future advertizing that touts the consistant expereince userscan expect between Windows Phone, Windows 8, and XBox.  I can easily see commercials with the "Unity"  tag line applying to multiple layers and facets of the Microsoft ecosystem and the world at large.

That's something that not only describes the interface, but evokes an entire experience that people can intuitively gravitate to and appreciate.

I like Unity, but there's a 3d modeling software already with the same name.

ejlee072006 says:

Call this thing RETRO UI..
Fast smooth responsive...
If I was MSFT..I will do everything to keep METRO!! What about METRO PCS????

murga says:

just "BLISS" - it's blissful

mikroland says:

Take the apple que and call it "iMetro"

mikroland says:

Symbiosis UI or Symbiotic UI or iMetro

calbro says:

Call it:  Apollo-WP1

calbro says:

Brand it this:

Microsoft Live Mobile

calbro says:

Can be:
Microsoft Expressions

How about "pure" "Pure UI"

WinFan1 says:

Unified user interface

calbro says:

You may be close to it: Microsoft Unity
It does express what the os brings to the user experience across phone, laptop, desktop, TV, and hybrids interfacing with cloud services. This is everything unifying like never before. No one has done this integration on this scale and I give Microsoft  credit for making this transition. The Auto Industry would have not needed government help if the executives had the guts to phase in changes. They had the technology and know how to make the changes for years before any crisis arised. I have read site after site of tech bloggers criticizing Steve Ballmer while these wholesale changes were taking place, even hp had to replace their executive and now stand to be one if not the biggest rewarder just by holding on to their  pc division. Yes itis  too early to tell what might happen but this fall and beyond hopefully is going to be exciting in the technology world. 

dinod says:

Change Change it from Metro to Youtro

battlestar23 says:

Windows 8 skylight interface
Windows phone skylight interface

KQ17 says:

Who cares, I will still call it Metro.

I do like Concourse.
Boulevard is my suggestion. Or how about Parallax? That's essentially how Metro functions.

DracheMitch says:

Transit. Since that was the inspiration for the design.

I like that one.

wpward291 says:

Will def have Xbox in it Xbox mobile Xbox UI xui something like that.

wpward291 says:

Def have something with Xbox, Xbox mobile Xbox UI xui.

wpward291 says:

Def something with Xbox, Xbox is Xbox UI xui.

They already own Live. So they might as well use it.

I think saying "Live Interface" sounds better than saying "LIVE UI"

tattoocoder says:

My vote is for WindowsNow.

Kissel says:

P.I.L.? Public Interface Limited.

TechHead7 says:

I think the new U.I should be called Square U.I or Unique U.I.

explorer.exe 2.0

seanbusa says:

MS already calls the tiles live tiles, so why not LiveTile UI.

slightlyOff says:

Surface UI, Retro, MUI (Microsoft UI), Motography (Motion Typography), Zune UI
I also like the suggested "Purity UI" or just  MS "Purity"
The problem is that if "Metro" can become a liability then almost anything not 'invented" is liable. Unfortunately Microsoft is using across its entire portfolio so it needs to reduce its risks.
Perhaps Microsoft should go with a the name of the company they just bought - PixelSense
Microsoft PixelSense

KoreyTM says:

My favorites, so far, in the comments from other users:
Transit UI
Scape UI
My contribution:
Freeway UI -
Sticking with the urban and fluid themes of Metro, I chose Freeway because it reuses the themes of "urban" and "fluid" that its predecessor used while also emphasizing that the principals of this design follow a "free way" of thinking, breaking away from traditional UI's. Also, the freeways that one see on the road are a true marriage of design and engineering to make something that's functional but also really interesting to look at. I feel that these qualities make "Freeway UI" a worthwhile candidate.

Nakazul says:

Signs (as in billboards, traffic signed etc)

Sridhar V says:


  • PURE

k_4 says:

How about...wave UI


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