Design Systems

How much time are you losing, trying to scale your product?

Increase project efficiency and brand consistency through our Design Systems. Foster improved cross-team collaboration between design, product, and development, streamlining workflows.

Your Problem: Our Solution

What used to take 3-4 months, can be done in less than 30 days.

When your team utilizes a Design System, shipping new features becomes faster. With Design Systems, designers spend less time designing components that already exist, and handoff to engineers is easier because most of the interface is already built with existing components.

Improve collaboration across design and development teams.

Centralizing design guidelines encourages collaboration among designers, developers, and other stakeholders. It provides a common platform for sharing ideas, gathering feedback, and iterating on design decisions, leading to better overall outcomes.

Increase efficiency and speed while experiencing a greater scalability.

As your business grows, a design system ensures scalability, allowing you to expand and improve your product offerings and extend your brand across new platforms while maintaining consistency.

We recognize that the challenge of building a legacy product requires expert development and design skills. By creating a design system, we will facilitate scaling your organization while increasing your team's efficiency.

Deliverables

Style Guide

This is the foundation of the design system, detailing the visual design principles. It ensures consistency in the visual elements of products and may also include guidelines on tone and style for written content.

Component Library

A collection of reusable components like buttons, input fields, modals, etc. Each component is documented, showing how it should be used, to facilitate implementation.

Pattern Library

A pattern library provides guidance on how components can be combined to form larger, reusable design patterns. This could include navigation menus or card layouts, illustrating best practices for assembling components.

Tooling and Resources

This includes the actual files and resources needed to use the design system. Additionally, it may include plugins or integrations with other tools to streamline the design and development process.

Documentation

Comprehensive documentation is crucial. Including design principles and standards, guidelines on how to use the system's components and patterns, governance policies, best practices, and examples of do's and don'ts.

Style Guide

This is the foundation of the design system, detailing the visual design principles. It ensures consistency in the visual elements of products and may also include guidelines on tone and style for written content.

Component Library

A collection of reusable components like buttons, input fields, modals, etc. Each component is documented, showing how it should be used, to facilitate implementation.

Pattern Library

A pattern library provides guidance on how components can be combined to form larger, reusable design patterns. This could include navigation menus or card layouts, illustrating best practices for assembling components.

Documentation

Comprehensive documentation is crucial. Including design principles and standards, guidelines on how to use the system's components and patterns, governance policies, best practices, and examples of do's and don'ts.

Tooling and Resources

This includes the actual files and resources needed to use the design system. Additionally, it may include plugins or integrations with other tools to streamline the design and development process.

Style Guide

This is the foundation of the design system, detailing the visual design principles. It ensures consistency in the visual elements of products and may also include guidelines on tone and style for written content.

Style Guide

This is the foundation of the design system, detailing the visual design principles. It ensures consistency in the visual elements of products and may also include guidelines on tone and style for written content.

Component Library

A collection of reusable components like buttons, input fields, modals, etc. Each component is documented, showing how it should be used, to facilitate implementation.

Pattern Library

A pattern library provides guidance on how components can be combined to form larger, reusable design patterns. This could include navigation menus or card layouts, illustrating best practices for assembling components.

Documentation

Comprehensive documentation is crucial. Including design principles and standards, guidelines on how to use the system's components and patterns, governance policies, best practices, and examples of do's and don'ts.

Style Guide

This is the foundation of the design system, detailing the visual design principles. It ensures consistency in the visual elements of products and may also include guidelines on tone and style for written content.

Component Library

A collection of reusable components like buttons, input fields, modals, etc. Each component is documented, showing how it should be used, to facilitate implementation.

Pattern Library

A pattern library provides guidance on how components can be combined to form larger, reusable design patterns. This could include navigation menus or card layouts, illustrating best practices for assembling components.

Documentation

Comprehensive documentation is crucial. Including design principles and standards, guidelines on how to use the system's components and patterns, governance policies, best practices, and examples of do's and don'ts.

Tooling and Resources

This includes the actual files and resources needed to use the design system. Additionally, it may include plugins or integrations with other tools to streamline the design and development process.

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Our process

Stakeholder Interviews
Stakeholder Interviews
Current State Evaluation
Design Principles and Guidelines
Stakeholder Interviews
Current State Evaluation
Design Principles and Guidelines
Component Library and Documentation
Stakeholder Interviews
Current State Evaluation
Design Principles and Guidelines
Component Library and Documentation
Training and Workshops

OUR RECENT WORK

Discover how we've assisted companies in defining a growth trajectory, boosting sales, and rapidly establishing market positioning.

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Design System FAQs

What is a Design System?

A Design System is a collection of reusable components, guided by clear standards, that can be assembled to build any number of applications.

Why are Design Systems important?

Design Systems promote consistency, efficiency, and scalability in product development. They ensure that user interfaces are cohesive and maintainable across different platforms and devices.

How do Design Systems benefit design teams?

Design Systems streamline the design process by providing a centralized source of truth for design elements. They reduce redundancy, improve collaboration among team members, and help maintain brand consistency.

 What tools are commonly used to create and maintain Design Systems?

Popular tools for creating and maintaining Design Systems include Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD, and InVision. Additionally, some teams use specialized tools like Abstract and Zeroheight for version control and documentation.

Are there any best practices for implementing a Design System?

Best practices for implementing a Design System include involving stakeholders from across the organization, prioritizing accessibility and inclusivity, fostering collaboration between design and development teams, and iterating based on feedback from users.

3. What components are typically included in a Design System?

Best practices for implementing a Design System include involving stakeholders from across the organization, prioritizing accessibility and inclusivity, fostering collaboration between design and development teams, and iterating based on feedback from users.

What is a Design System?

A Design System is a collection of reusable components, guided by clear standards, that can be assembled to build any number of applications.

Why are Design Systems important?

Design Systems promote consistency, efficiency, and scalability in product development. They ensure that user interfaces are cohesive and maintainable across different platforms and devices.

How do Design Systems benefit design teams?

Design Systems streamline the design process by providing a centralized source of truth for design elements. They reduce redundancy, improve collaboration among team members, and help maintain brand consistency.

 What tools are commonly used to create and maintain Design Systems?

Popular tools for creating and maintaining Design Systems include Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD, and InVision. Additionally, some teams use specialized tools like Abstract and Zeroheight for version control and documentation.

Are there any best practices for implementing a Design System?

Best practices for implementing a Design System include involving stakeholders from across the organization, prioritizing accessibility and inclusivity, fostering collaboration between design and development teams, and iterating based on feedback from users.

What is a Design System?

A Design System is a collection of reusable components, guided by clear standards, that can be assembled to build any number of applications.

Why are Design Systems important?

Design Systems promote consistency, efficiency, and scalability in product development. They ensure that user interfaces are cohesive and maintainable across different platforms and devices.

How do Design Systems benefit design teams?

Design Systems streamline the design process by providing a centralized source of truth for design elements. They reduce redundancy, improve collaboration among team members, and help maintain brand consistency.

 What tools are commonly used to create and maintain Design Systems?

Popular tools for creating and maintaining Design Systems include Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD, and InVision. Additionally, some teams use specialized tools like Abstract and Zeroheight for version control and documentation.

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"Expect good results, high-quality expertise, and good project management." 

The designs that WANDR developed are currently being implemented by the development team, and the client is pleased with the delivered work. They also stand out for their strong ability to understand the client's complex business value. They are a professional, expert-level partner. 

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