Google's Android developers website gets a redesign ahead of I/O

Google's Android developers website gets a redesign ahead of I/O
Google’s I/O 2012 developers event is right around the corner - it’s kicking off June 27th in San Francisco, and we expect it to bring major announcements for the Android platform like the Jelly Bean update. But whether or not we see the actual unveiling of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google has already taken one step to streamline and simplify the portal for Android developers.

The new redesign looks gorgeous, and it focuses around the three major tasks for developers:

- design
- develop
- distribute

Overall, the site is now just easier on the eye, well and clearly structured. If you’re having problem with pixelized, bad looking fonts under Windows, you might want to take advantage of the ClearType tuner built into the Control Panel for the system.

With that in mind, feel free to head on to the source to experience the new Android Developers website for yourself.

source: Android Developer via Android Developers on Google+


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