What is Minimalism?
“In computing, minimalism refers to the application of minimalist philosophies and principles in the design and use of hardware and software. Minimalism, in this sense, means designing systems that use the least hardware and software resources possible.”- (Wikipedia).
Features of Minimalism
The goal of minimalism is to present the application in a very simple way. As far as features are concerned, there are some features that most designers can agree upon. These include flat textures, limited color palettes, and the use of negative space.
Google is often credited as the pioneer of minimalist web interfaces. Google has prioritized simplicity and austerity in its interfaces ever since its beta offering in the 1990s.The Gmail interface makes Gmail unique amongst webmail systems. It is based on minimalist design. Adwalnut is using minimalist design like Google. It provides many features such as a standard way to create offers, uploading Creatives, and setting tracking and many more options.
Offers have been Streamlined
Offers in Adwalnut have been totally designed to allow for easier reading when trawling through entire offers. Google follows the same pattern in their products.
Sign In Page
As far as Adwalnut is concerned while loading Sign In page it requires minimum hardware compatibility. A cleaner and more modern UI helps with a taste of flat texture.
Google have introduced a new set of buttons across the range. These buttons are clear, simple, and concise and demonstrate Google’s design principle of ‘focus’ quite clearly. Adwalnut follows the same as far as buttons are concerned.