In all our design projects we build a design system before leaping to UI designing directly. By this, we ensure that the product looks consistent and our designers & developers are in full sync with each other.
We put greater emphasis on creating design systems because, they are scalable, have cross-platform applications and eliminate the scope of duplication.
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We thoroughly research the product, define all elements and components for companies at an early stage.
We build custom components, provide for appropriate data visuals, graphs etc.
We also translate the design systems into codes of the design system in different programming languages.
We create separate design systems for both mobile and desktop applications.
Every aspect of our design process is influenced by research, and so is the design system. We care to align the design system will users as well as the client's requirements.
After a thorough audit, we start by working on designing the design systems. All elements are carefully designed and the new system is communicated to the design team.
We develop the design system components that will be used further in the UI development of the product.
We audit the existing design system to identify key areas of improvement and refine any component that seems irrelevant.
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Yes, we create custom design systems either from scratch or use Bootstrap or Material as a base, depending on the nature of the product.
Yes, we submit the design systems to clients for their respective projects along with other project deliverables such as wireframes, UI design and prototypes.
No, we recommend creating design systems only for enterprise projects and multi-platform solutions as they are scalable and can increase the efficiency from design to the development process.
No, they are different. A design system is a collection of reusable functional elements–components and patterns. Design specifications, on the other hand, enable developers to track measurements precisely and maintain the flow of the product.