Gentle modernization of the Next® UI adds more "air"

Next® is most often used together with other  applications - Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics, SAP, and Salesforce just to mention a few.

All of these applications have their own design language. And design languages that evolve over time.

So does Next®.

We strive for Next® to provide an easy, no nonsense, and up to date user experience 

This time, we only introduce subtle changes to our User Interface (UI). Something you will probably only notice if you get to see the two side by side.

  • Slightly more whitespace or "air" in the UI
  • Slightly bigger font in selected areas
  • More uniform spacing with fever variants 

No big changes. Only what it takes to keep Next® up to date 

All in all you will see a slightly more calm, open, fresh, friendly, and airy user interface. No big changes. Only what it takes to keep Next® up to date. 

Can you spot the difference?

The Cards layout - before and after

The List layout - before and after

As you can see we stick to our multi-colored icon - known as our Titan theme - even if the current trend dictates simpler and monochrome icons.  

For now, we believe that this provides you with the most efficient User Experience.

We do expect to introduce an alternative theme for those in favor of monochrome design but the timing of this new theme is not fixed yet.  

Future enhancements

We will continue to develop the Next® user experience with evolutions instead of revolutions in respect of the efficiency of our many users.  

For the techies

The need for a more airy UI is driven not only by design trends, but also by the increased size and resolution of the displays used by our users.  

Commercial terms and conditions

This new feature is available at no additional cost, to users with an active service plan. Any consultancy assistance will be invoiced.   


Despite our best efforts, we may be forced to change both content and expected delivery of future product updates without notice.  



Gentle modernization of the Next® UI adds more "air" 


Updated feature



Release time:

August 2022

Affected products:

Next® Contracts
Next® Enterprise Archive
Next® Go
Next® Invoices
Next® Processes


End user



Responsible product manager:

Kim Hellum




Kim Hellum