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<span itemprop="description">Welcome to <strong>Android Design</strong>, your place for
learning how to design exceptional Android apps.</span>
Want to know what <strong>Android 4.4 KitKat</strong> has for designers? See <a href="{@docRoot}design/patterns/new.html">New in Android</a>.<br><br>
<a href="/design/get-started/creative-vision.html" class="landing-page-link">Creative Vision</a>
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<h2 style="color: #fff;margin:0 0 10px; font-size:18px" class="norule">L Developer Preview</h2>
<p> The next version of Android uses a design
metaphor inspired by paper and ink that provides a reassuring sense of tactility. Before it arrives for users, you can get an early
look at the new Material design.
<p><a class="white" href="{@docRoot}preview/material/index.html">Learn more about Material</a></p>