Glassmorphism is a trend in UI design that has been on the rise for the past couple of years.
So what exactly does it mean? The term was coined by Jakob Nielsen and refers to how users interact with software as if they were interacting with objects made out of glass. This can be seen in their movements (slow and precise) and reactions (delicate). Glassmorphism also prefers using soft lines, inverted colors, and frosted surfaces instead of sharp edges. If you’re interested in learning how to achieve a glassy look, this is the video!
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