While it’s not necessarily a visual or interactive trend, design systems undoubtedly influence the look and feel of all the properties they govern. They provide the principles, tools, libraries, and code that create the trends we see on the web today. Design systems are becoming more than a trend—they’re a best practice that will extend
In the past two weeks, we’ve released a few enhancements to the symbols, new version of the Sketch plugin, visual improvements in the Editor, and new features in the Dashboard (iterations from iterations, in-app changelog). Details below. Design Systems [Improvement] Handling local and master symbols’ relations while using undo/redo. [Improvement] Changes in nested symbols are
Design system teams everywhere are having to decide the role content should play in their system. We sat down with Sean Curtis (Senior Developer) and Tony Starr (Lead Technical Writer, IX Platform Team Lead) of Atlassian to look at the unique ways they are incorporating content throughout the organization.
In the past two weeks, we’ve released a few enhancements to the Design Systems (redesigned Design System Libraries panel and improved notifications about updated/outdated symbols) and to the Editor (introduced copying and pasting styles, layers and search improvements). Details below. Design Systems Redesigned Design System Libraries panel in UXPin Editor Notification about outdated symbol appears
With many product teams establishing core design systems, it’s only natural that these systems will change and evolve as the industry does. We talked with Alex (Design Team Lead) and Venn (Senior Designer) at Atlassian to hear first-hand how they have grown the Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) and where they see the industry going in the future.