- “What is a Design System?” an article by Dan Mall
- Design Systems: Useful Examples and Resources — Smashing Magazine
- The “Dark Yellow Problem” in Design System Color Palettes
- What are the Different Layers and Parts of a Design System?
- Lost in customization
6 different types of design systems.
«A set of things—people, cells, molecules, or whatever—interconnected in such a way that they produce their own pattern of behavior over time.»
Part 2 of a deep dive series on specific design system components
This UX designer learned the hard way, but you don’t have to.
In this article, Masha goes over five tips that make it easier to manage a design system while increasing its effectiveness. This short guide is aimed at smaller teams.
How we built an RTL-first design system and maintained it during a major redesign
Design a flexible customization architecture for multi-brand design systems.
When defining a proper color palette for the design system I was working on, I came across the “Dark Yellow Problem”, where designers try…
A one page plan to help designers champion the value of design systems.
Step-by-step Interactive Guide
Stuart Robson rolls up his sleeves and begins to piece together the jigsaw puzzle that is design tokens and component based design. Starting with the corners, and working around the edges, Stu helps…
Everything design systems on accessibility, enterprise design systems, Figma kits, data visualization, motion design, multi-lingual design, naming, ROI calculator and UX writing.
Notes from design token projects, from audits to implementation
What is a successful design system made of? Learn about the four layers of a design system and the parts that make up each of these layers.
Building a design system is not easy. It requires coordinating across multiple teams and their needs. Taking a scrappy, grassroots approach that follows a 5-level startup adoption model can be…
How can we focus less on artefacts in design systems, and work consciously to build inclusive design systems that put people at their heart?
«nd GOV Design Systems Day. Here's the WDC version if you prefer to watch it. When we talk about the benefits of design systems, the 3 most common promises are: efficiency: a design syst»
Curated stories on user experience, usability, and product design. By @fabriciot and @caioab.
An online magazine for designers and web developers. Questions? We've got your back: @SmashingSupport, @SmashingConf. Curated by Iris, Vitaly and the team.
Design system consultant, web designer, speaker, writer, & musician. Author of Atomic Design. Mastadon: https://mastodon.social/@brad_frost
http://uxplanet.org official twitter account
The Twitter account that launched http://dev.to. Built on @forem 🌱 Available via toot @ThePracticalDev@Fosstodon.org
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