The Google Design website has a new look today, and not surprising it uses much of the Material Design style found in Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Google first introduced the Material Design look for Android 5.0 Lollipop nearly a year ago for Google I/O 2014. Today, as part of its Google I/O 2015 conference events, the company launched a revamp of the Google Design website, which uses Material Design as its inspiration.

However, the site didn't just get a surface makeover. It also includes a bunch of new content for app creators and designers to help them make the best Android apps they can. Google says:

To better capture all this great design work happening at Google and around the community, we've completely reconceived Google Design. In addition to all the guidelines and resources you've come to rely on, we've also released guides for TV, Auto, and Cardboard, our virtual reality product. Our new Icon Library allows you to download our icon font and source from the over 800 material system icons.

In addition, the Google Design site has a number of articles devoted to tutorials and case-studies for creators to read, along with new interviews and essays. Finally, there's a new Google Design YouTube channel that will offer video tutorials for a range of topics.

Source: Google Design