Typography in mobile app design has shifted significantly in the last few few years. Where before, designers were searching for unique fonts to differentiate their designs, many now opt for the iOS and Android defaults, San Francisco and Roboto respectively.
Whether it uses a hamburger, a tab bar, a toggle or a switcher, the most effective examples are apps that implement what is best for their product and users.
We're going to take a look at some examples of the very latest and finest implementations of Material Design in mobile application design, and break down some of the key elements of each.
With so many tools now available to both designers and developers alike, interaction design has become something of a necessity to mobile apps.