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Speed up design and collaboration with WANDR Collections

Wandr Collections: A tried and tested documentation library for Product Designers, Managers, Strategists, and anyone immersed in product design.

What if you had access to a collection of documents that improves your work efficiency, acts as an excellent tool for collaboration within teams, and helps to speed up your design workflow?

Introducing Wandr Collections - a tried and tested set of the documentation library that’s designed for

  • Product Designers
  • Product Managers
  • Strategists
  • And anyone who thinks and breathes product design

Our one and only product called “Wandr Collections” will be available at the end of 2021 for FREE.

What’s unique about Wandr Collections?

It’s not only new but a tried and tested product. As simple as that. Whatever you’ll find, our documentation library was built by us, internally and externally tested with real clients.

The documentation library provides a handy set of tools to help you speed up your design workflow and facilitate collaboration among internal and external stakeholders. 

With growing partnerships, client engagements, and cross-collaboration amongst internal WANDR teams, we saw a need for standardized documentation practices. 

By downloading Wandr Collections designed by our in-house UX experts, you can add a piece of WANDR to your Figma files.

Why did we create Wandr Collections?

We’ve gone through the hassle of organizing the design operations, and it can be pretty draining. So to help you overcome it, we decided the best way is to share our experience alongside our expertise and make the whole process of design operations easier.

Hence, we created a documentation library that’s about 

  • Project Management
  • Remote work
  • UX/UI design trends,
  • And some educational content

So What’s Included in the Wandr Collections?

In the Wandr Collections documentation library, you’ll find 

  • Documentation Toolkit
  • Kanban Board Template
  • Visual Brief Template

You will also find instructions on using the documentation library materials effectively.

How can you use the documentation toolkit?

Like how collaboration matters when it comes to product design, you can use the documentation toolkit as a communication tool for collaborative efforts.

When you have multiple designers working on the same critical project, you can use the documentation toolkit to communicate the status of the designs or list out the tasks. It’s THAT effective.

WANDR Tip: Sharing the work with the stakeholders and developers is a part of the Wandr experience to maintain professionalism and consistency. It’s not just that; clean documentation can signal expertness in the field. So take a leaf out of our notebook and start using the documentation toolkit to deliver a great experience to your clients.

You can also use the documentation toolkit to communicate the design changes with the developers. Also, don’t forget to make good use of the Jira ticket button which can be useful to link and track the tickets.

The Documentation Toolkit is made for whom?


Project delivery managers, project managers, team leads, strategists, and product managers who lead the pack and keep track of the project’s progress.


Any designer that sticks to their process and prefers to keep their workspace organized, especially when working with other designers.

For example, suppose a team of designers is working on revamping the design of an old product. The documentation toolkit comes in handy in these situations by allowing them to collaborate with ease. 

In the documentation toolkit, you’ll find

  • Annotations
  • Checklists
  • Status notes
  • External Link buttons and cards
  • Sticky notes and arrows
  • Status Indicators
  • Tags & Labels
  • Progress bars
  • Top Status headers
  • Lateral status headers
  • Canvas Organizers

Everything set in place inside the documentation library makes it much easier to change the status. For example, you change the status of your Figma file from ‘In progress’ to ‘done’ with a single click. How easy is that?

Kanban Board

The Kanban board is an agile way to manage your personal and team tasks. It makes it easier to visualize the list of tasks lined up. It’s also not only helpful during the start of a project but can be used at any stage of a project to keep moving ahead. If you’re aware of Trello, that’s a good example of the Kanban board.

The Kanban board contains the following

  • Task cards
  • Assignee
  • Due date
  • Task description
  • Priority level (low, medium, high, or critical)
  • Status (on track, at risk, or off track)
  • Backlog (flows 01, 02, 03)
  • To do
  • Work-in-progress
  • On hold
  • Review
  • Done 

The Kanban board is made using Auto Layout and the container adapts to the size of its contents. In your Figma document, detach the instance (⌥⌘B) to modify it to suit your needs.

You can also switch between variants — assignee, priority level, and status — using the toggle switches found in the Properties panel in the right sidebar.

Check out the teal notes and follow the instructions if you want to know more about using the Kanban board.

Visual Design Brief Template

Lastly, the visual design brief template helps designers to gather information and is ideally used when requesting more information about a project.

You will find a full visual brief, general brief, and asset collection forms.

Made using Auto Layout, the container adapts to the size of its contents. In your Figma document, detach the instance (⌥⌘B) to modify it to suit your needs.


Like we mentioned earlier, the WANDR collections can help to stay a-sync and ensure the team moves together and forward and speak the same language in terms of design, project, and management.

We at WANDR wanted to give back to our design community with our documentation library and we strongly believe that it will help you organize your design process and operations.

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