A design system is a set of standards to manage design at scale by reducing redundancy while creating a shared language and visual consistency across different pages. The attendees will learn how to create a “single version of the truth” — a central design for UX Designers enabling them to craft consistent user experiences across diverse teams, channels, and platforms. The value proposition includes:
Speed: It significantly reduces the design and coding time by leveraging the tried and tested UX design patterns instead of creating everything from scratch.
Scale: It allows designers and developers to share common, approved design assets and code components across an entire portfolio.
Brand compliance: It ensures that each design asset aligns with an organization’s brand attributes like color, logo, typography, etc.
Reduction of defects: Over time, a design system’s code components become “hardened,” making production defects a rarity in the presentation layer.