Material Design was invented by Google in 2014 in an effort to combine tactile elements (based on the sense of touch) with technological possibilities of the real world and beyond. It capitalizes on the users familiarity with things like paper and ink and adds scientific realities like movement and shadows. It even stretches the real world limitations of technology and science just enough to bend but not break the rules of physics. The result is a design that is both familiar and magical at the same time.
Some common elements of material design include the use of meaningful transitions (or motion), the use of light and shadow, grid layouts, and bold colors. It is surprising how easily these elements can improve the overall design and user experience of your website.
Today, I will show you how to implement a few elements of material design to your website using the Divi builder and a little CSS.
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