Streamline the design and development process

A design system is a company’s bible for designing and building digital products. More than just a style guide, it contains the principles and guidelines for when and how design elements.

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Benefit from having a design system

Developing a design system may require an initial investment in time and resources, but as the companies who have successfully adopted the approach have shown, the benefits and value delivered to the business far outweigh the initial costs.

Save time and money

As the system contains a centralized repository of components, along with comprehensive documentation on how to use them, teams are able to effectively reuse existing pieces rather than creating them from scratch.

Increase consistency

Design systems enable teams to achieve that consistency, delivering a familiar look and feel across all user touchpoints, and enhancing the relationship between the user and the brand.

Reduce maintenance

Design systems not only help prevent errors, but also show what to do in the event of an error - be it minor or colossal.

Reduce burden on the team

Having extensive documentation, plus reusable components and code in the design system, allows designers and developers to concentrate on what adds value, rather than wasting time on duplicate tasks or solving common problems.

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Designing your own design systems

When it comes to design systems, there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. Systems are usually created from scratch to suit the specific needs of an organization. Use the following advice to help you in creating your own system. Here is what you should pay attention to.

People

Who should be involved in the project? In addition to designers and developers, you may also want to include people from other disciplines such as product managers, leaders in the organization, researchers, and content strategists.

Stakeholder buy-in

The system will have a large impact on the way that designers and developers work, so strong two-way communication is important to increase the chances that the new system will be implemented successfully.

Components

Identify and prioritize components in collaboration with your team. To extract maximum value from the design system, ensure that components are highly reusable in many situations.

In-house or agency

Building a design system can be a huge task that requires input from many people in your product teams. The key consideration when weighing up building the system in-house versus hiring an agency to help you is whether you have the necessary expertise.

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Style guide vs design system?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.

Style guide vs design system?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.

What should a design system include?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.

What should a design system include?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.

What should a design system include?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.

What should a design system include?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.

What should a design system include?

A design system is essentially a collection of guidelines, principles, and repeatable components that form a company’s definitive approach to designing and building digital products. When multiple teams work on different parts of a product, or entirely different products, inconsistencies in the look and behaviour of these products become inevitable over time. The adoption of a design system aims to solve this by allowing teams to create better digital products that provide users with a consistent visual and interactive experience across the whole suite.

As well as enhancing the end-user experience, the building blocks and standards in a good design system also substantially improve the lives of design and development teams, delivering a range of efficiency and productivity benefits.