Style Guide

Source: Style Guide Introduction As the Buffer team grows, it will become increasingly important to maintain a consistent style and visual language across all areas of the product. To do this, we have built the following style guide to document reusable components for faster product development. This style guide is based largely on the principles…

Your guide to design systems from the world’s leading brands

Source: Your guide to design systems from the world’s leading brands Blog Subscribe DESIGN YOUR GUIDE TO DESIGN SYSTEMS FROM THE WORLD’S LEADING BRANDS by Jess Thoms on October 9, 2017 Blog View all posts Many of the world’s leading brands have made their design systems public, contributing their ideas and processes to the design community at…

Shopify Polaris

At Shopify, we build products that enable commerce at a global scale. Our mission is to make commerce better for everyone, no matter where they’re located or their level of experience. We create tools that give even the most inexperienced entrepreneur the best chance to succeed. At the same time, we design products that help…

BBC Mobile Accessibility Guidelines

The BBC Standards and Guidelines for Mobile Accessibility are a set of technology agnostic best practices for mobile web content, hybrid and native apps. This prototype is for use by BBC employees and suppliers and anyone else involved in the development of mobile and native websites and apps. Find out more about the BBC Mobile Accessibility…

Pattern Library | MailChimp

Pattern Library | MailChimp. The MailChimp Pattern Library is a byproduct of our move to a responsive, nimble, and intuitive app. Constant iteration requires both an efficient workflow and a well defined collection of atomic elements that can assemble new UIs quickly without accruing new technical or design debt. We’re also solving an internal communication problem by documenting…

A Maintainable Style Guide – Ian Feather

A Maintainable Style Guide A Maintainable Style Guide Anyone who has attempted to maintain a UI Style Guide over a long period of time will attest that it is a very difficult process. They are generally prioritised below the maintenance of your applications themselves and as such are likely the first candidates to fall behind…