The Nokia Design Team has already developed a new user interface design language dubbed Pure UI. The new UI from Nokia is not only for the smartphone but for all Nokia products.
The design offers consistency, future-proof, flexibility, a clean and minimalistic style. The design consists of some components, including templates and guidelines, that determine the overall look. The most important part of this UI is the Nokia Pure typeface, which will be used throughout the UI.
The Pure UI will have new icons with unique strokes, and the thickness will be varied to match the compatibility of each device. The UI tries to smooth animations when the app or icon wants to catch the users’ attention.
The Nokia team provides standard elements that can be used for the designers to build consistent-looking screens. Of course, the dark mode is available with elements and icons adjusting their styles accordingly. So far, Nokia phones have a similar UI to the stock Android look.
Nokia Pure UI will have powerful components for overall appearance. The interface will have an adaptive design that will help users to scale from tiny wrist-worn displays to large wall-mounted panels.