The possibilities offered by Google’s material design is endless. Material design is an end result of Google’s effort to improve user experience and overall dynamics of web layouts. Material design is a mixture of dynamics promoted by flat designs and the major interface elements backed by the quantum paper.
It includes a lot of designing aspects ranging from shadows, layout fixing, texture, as well as physics. To extend the reach of material design to more developers, Google has launched a good number of resources including color pallets, designing indications, multiple instances, and illustrator files. All these factors contributed to the growth of material designs in general.
In a video released by Google, the material design has been highlighted as a platform for creating “ designing interfaces ”. Material designs will serve developers as a language for developing excellent web layouts. It serves as a platform for creating applications.
Along with the popularity of material designs, a good number of companies and developers started providing related CSS frameworks to back Google’s material design. Material design for Bootstrap, and Materialize. CSS are good cases in point. However, these CSS frameworks came with plenty of setbacks. Here many of the Bootstrap designers started asking the question, what is stopping Google from releasing a Bootstrap for the material design?
Bootstrap is one of the most sought after projects in Github. It is meant for the making of clean websites that are basically responsive. The beauty of Bootstrap framework is that developers keep on updating the codes, and being an open source any professional developer can make easy contributions. The community is fully grown, and it is still emerging. Thus, it is beneficial for Google to launch a Bootstrap or a well-assisted CSS framework for the material design.
Benefits Google gain by launching a CSS Framework for Material Design?
By launching a CSS framework for the material design, Google can exhibit a mobile-first attitude. The responsive websites will be built with their own codes. The open source nature will also help web development companies or professionals to contribute to it. It will help Google to create more publicly consumed websites.
If Google proceeds with the initiative of creating a CSS framework for material design, it will prohibit many amateur companies or developers from creating ‘stuffs’ that lacks bandwidth, and quality. Google’s infrastructure is so large to wipe off the minor setbacks that may come in the way of developing a Bootstrap for the material design.
In the month-end of June 2016, Google will most probably come up with a Bootstrap for the material design. There are reliable speculations that indicate Google developers are working hard on this aspect. Companies and freelancers working on Bootstrap web development are anxiously waiting for the launch of Google’s own CSS framework for the Material design.