How a design system’s components can be made more flexible.
“My calendar looks like I’m about to die in Tetris.”
What really matters are living, breathing UI components.
Design systems + CSS Zen Garden = Awesome.
Annoying login form patterns and how to do it better.
“I think I’m going to start an email newsletter titled ‘Links I Wanted to Read But Didn’t’.”
The power design systems.
A code snippet to make animated GIFs more accessible.
How new concepts interact with the popular design system.
The power of directly consumable UI components.
“I’d love it if way more monthly services offered a ‘pause subscription’.”
A distinction we need to build successful web things.
“A design system doesn't need 300 people involved right out of the gate. Give a small, smart, and scrappy team the time, resources, and autonomy to get things properly set up. Things will grow over time, but start small.”
What the difference between the two means for design systems.
A small change in our mental model of design systems can make a big difference.
A breakdown of the pros and cons of each strategy.
“The heart of design systems has nothing to do with button colors and everything to do with how human beings work together.”
“Your health is more important than your deadline.”