Design

System

Consistency and speed across all channels.

Bridge the gap between design and development. This design workflow is based on iterative collaboration, reducing the time to market of any project and ensuring brand consistency at scale.

What's inside?

A system where designers and developers share the same language.

Themes and Architecture

Build brand-coherent web and mobile applications, customized for multiple targets (B2B, B2C, and B2E) with themes for fast roll-outs. Each target app has specific needs that are pre-built in the UI architecture, making it easy to scale applications and add new features while keeping consistency.

Screen Templates


Accelerate development with reusable code: screen templates enable you to build with predefined layouts, widgets, components, styles, and logic, according to the application type. They are especially useful when creating complex or frequently used screens (E.g. dashboard, four column gallery, product lists, etc.).

Components

Browse through dozens of ready-to-use UI Patterns and components. Frequently used components include accordion, breadcrumbs, cards, carousel, calendar, call to action, chat message, gallery, file upload, navigation bar. A ready-to-use component library for developers and designers means the reduction of front-end development costs and a major acceleration of time to market.

Guidelines

Increase brand consistency by documenting guidelines, colours, icons, spacing, fonts, and assets. If you change an icon in the library, it will be changed straight away in all applications that are using that icon, saving time and effort. Guidelines are multi-technology, so you can use them no matter the technology behind your apps.

Why should you get a Design System?

Four (of many!) Design System benefits.

Faster time to market
Pre-built UI architecture
Product consistency
Design at scale

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