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Integration There's one thing every Design System shares: it only generates value when being applied! Next to using good abstractions, we also try to build as many integrations as possible ourselves.
Introduction to kickstartDS kickstartDS is an Open Source Design System starter and UI toolkit for building up your very own Design System. kickstartDS aims to be the foundation for your Design System
kickstartDS Design System Starter Only 5 minutes, 5 steps... ... to your own Design System! The selected components should be useful in every Design System by themselves, but they're specifically used
In this post Daniel explains why kickstartDS is a meta framework for Design System creation and how you can benefit from it when starting to develop a Design System
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Meta is a term used to describe the underlying structure of a design system. It is a set of rules and guidelines that define how components should be used and how they should interact with each other. In a blog post titled "Everything Meta! And everything matters" it is stated that meta is the foundation of a design system and that it is essential to ensure that all components are consistent and work together. Meta is also used to define the overall look and feel of a design system, as well as the behavior of components. For example, a meta rule might specify that all buttons should have a certain size, color, and font. By following meta rules, designers can create a unified and consistent experience for users. Additionally, meta can be used to showcase a design system, as it provides a clear overview of the components and how they should be used. Showcasing a design system with meta can help to ensure that all components are used correctly and that the design system is consistent across all platforms.
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