Design is not easy to expand. Design is a system that requires driving elements. It will be just an “empty entity” that must be filled by “something” so its existence is recognized. It has become a huge part of companies to make them stronger and successful in this competitive digital market.
Improving design through work, without setting standards, is a myth. With each new promise, new ideas for color palettes, typography, and patterns emerge in the product, increasing diversity and increasing maintenance costs. Each new employee increases design entropy. There is only one way to stop the growth of this chaos. A commitment to run a design system.
A design system can help by scaling. Design can scale, but it can only scale with design system.
The design system is now very popular. Why? Because it is effective like everyone says it will be. Applying a design system to your business will bring a lot of benefits:
10 Steps to build design system
1. Evaluates current UI inventory and note differences
To start a good design system, it is best if you evaluate what you already have. In this aspect, consider which element will be the best, and which part do you want to replace? Try to find differences and inconsistencies between your products or pages.
A few elements that you need to pay attention are color schemes, how every color is used, Stylistic text choices, photo libraries, icon libraries, UI patterns, page templates, and other graphics.
2. Prepare your team to be onboard
You need a team to implement and manage a design system throughout the product design cycle. For most design systems, teams need front-end designers and developers. Start by identifying the skills you need and then identifying the people who have them.
3. Establish principles and rules for the design system
4. Color palletes
Color is an important aspect because it can impact all of your work. Decide on the hue and color for each of the colors you use most often, and write down final instructions on how to use them. Of course, this includes your primary brand colors, but also pay attention to your secondary colors. For example, what color is your text? Your link? Special keys? Background?
Be as detailed as possible when writing your code. Check out your own design style to fix any problems you might encounter while testing the color palette in the product UI.
5. Typographic elements
Now, you would want to review and finalize your typographic choices. Design systems can be more technical than static pattern guides, so take advantage of that. Note your preferred text size, spacing, font, etc., as well as any rules about where and when to use it. For example, how big is the section title in your blog post? What fonts do you use for an on-site call-to-action?
Don't ignore subtle details, like line height, font weight, or custom kerning rules.
6. Graphic design assets
The well-designed design system allows you to directly drag and drop visual components into your new prototype. The more graphic design assets you collect in your design system, the faster you can progress your work for future projects.
Don't forget to include any appropriate code snippets or documentation that the developer might need. These small aspects will be useful during the development stage.
Within all your graphic design assets, you will need libraries to implement: icons libraries, photography libraries, illustrations, and branding images.
7. Standardize Other Style Properties
Design decisions also include complementing grid patterns and other characteristics not covered in the previous section, such as spacing. As with the other components of your design system, here, standardization also aims to remove inconsistencies.
8. Build the First Design System Pattern
Don’t focus on building all the patterns in one go, because building design system pattern can be an iterative process. Build it one by one by identifying the best architecture for your pattern library.
9. Run a Sprint Retrospective
Sprints can be a great way to ensure fast learning across teams. All product teams should set up regular retrospective sprints to analyze progress and make necessary improvements.
All of the steps mentioned here will provide you with a set of design guidelines that promote a consistent design language. Don't think of a design system as a project. Instead, treat it as an ongoing process that requires rapid iteration.
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