We are on a mission to make designsystems.com the best destination on the web for tips on building and maintaining design systems, sample code, design files, and stories from the community about design systems.
Today we’re launching a new version of designsystems.com. When we launched the site last May, we asked the community to contribute ideas and you did not disappoint. We heard from designers, developers, content strategists, and design ops managers from large brands to one-person teams.
Your feedback, ideas, and questions led us to shift the focus of the site to the following three areas:
- Providing actionable content: The articles and resources on designsystems.com have clear takeaways that can be applied in meaningful ways by anyone building design systems.
- Creating content for all levels of practitioners and all sizes of teams: We want this site to be as much for someone just getting started as it is for someone who has been at this for years. You will find getting started guides alongside articles by established design systems teams at companies like Lyft, and Asana, and Harry’s.
- Collecting different viewpoints: We can all learn from each other. There are many ways to approach problems and opportunities around design systems. We are looking to feature multiple perspectives on similar problems.
This is just the start. We know a lot of folks care about design systems, so we’re keen to hear your feedback on the content and we’d also love to hear from you if you’d like to contribute! We will be updating the site on a regular basis with new articles and resources so check it out, sign-up for updates, and submit your ideas for contributions!