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Waiting for a sign to start building your design team’s component library?

Will Newton, Contributor
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This blog post discusses step by step how Gusto used Figma to create their component library. From documentation to creating a UI inventory, consolidating elements and getting the whole team to use one set of assets. This post is a great primer for any team - small or large - who wants to build their own component library but doesn't know how to start. The post also includes images of Gusto's actual component library so you can see how they are done.

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