Collaborations in code
Meeting at the intersection of design and technology
The future of design systems is accessible
The future of design systems is automated
Plugins, widgets, and tooling—the second edition of our series on the future of design systems.
How Pinterest’s design systems team measures adoption
The Gestalt team tells us how they used Figma’s REST API to create FigStats, a dashboard for visualizing component usage.
The future of design systems is complicated
We talked to several industry experts about how they’re managing the future of design systems—from tooling to automation to accessibility.
Stack mirroring: Designing for code and coding for design
Take direction from code to achieve functional, reusable, extensible, and version-controlled design systems.
React containers, some assembly required
Introducing react-containers: a new open source library to help elevate no-UI containers, with a focus on accessibility, brought to you by the Zendesk Design Systems team.
“When we reduce mental overhead, teams don’t have to compromise on quality, even while they build and ship features fast.”John Choura, Happy MoneyStack mirroring: Designing for code and coding for design
Building ChimeKit with Atomic Design and a collaborative process
Like any good product or experience, design systems continue to evolve over time. ChimeKit takes care of the mundane parts of building a design system so that designers and developers can spend more time building high-quality experiences.
White-labeling: Putting the design system in users' hands
Using 'styled-components` and `styled-system` to support customization within a 3rd party application while also preventing unwanted changes.
A system built on parity: How to treat all of your users equally
Lyft prioritizes treating users, designers, and engineers equally by building parity across iOS and Android into their process.
The Forge: Harry’s approach to the multi-brand component library
Meet the Forge. It’s a centralized resource that helps any brand within Harry's build its own design system.
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