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#tldr Why Design Systems, and a more structured approach to frontend engineering in general, might be key to a more shared frontend ecosystem. And how this thought might hit an interesting inflection

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.

#tldr: Design Token are all the rage these days. In almost every channel from the Design System space, you can feel a crispy white noise around the broad topic of Design Token. We also put in a lot of

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Finally, the wait is over … today we are very proud to announce the Open Source release of kickstartDS. It’s been roughly one year since we started to go to market as we published our website, and we

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#tldr We’ve added extensive documentation around the creation of Design Systems with kickstartDS. From general intro and foundation articles and component example guides to our main guide “Create your

Why kickstartDS is for many cases a great start into white-label design systems. White-labelling simplified by relying on very systematic structures all baked in. all modern best practices you expec

Definition for "Open Source"

Open Source is a term used to describe software that is freely available to the public and can be modified and redistributed. It is a type of software development model that encourages collaboration and sharing of resources. Open source software is typically developed in a public, collaborative manner and is made available under licenses that permit modification and redistribution. The open source model has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many organizations and individuals using it to create and share software.

The open source model has been embraced by the Design Systems community, with many organizations and individuals using it to create and share Design Systems. For example, the release of kickstartDS as an open source project has enabled the democratization of Design Systems, allowing anyone to access and modify the code to create their own Design Systems. Additionally, the Release Spotlight: Documentation & Starter and Release Spotlight: Semantic Token blogs provide further information on how to use open source software to create and share Design Systems.

Open source software is an important part of the Design Systems community, as it allows for collaboration and sharing of resources. By using open source software, Design Systems can be created and shared quickly and easily, allowing for the democratization of Design Systems. For more information on open source software and how to use it to create and share Design Systems, please refer to the blogs Release Spotlight: Documentation & Starter and Release Spotlight: Semantic Token, as well as the kickstartDS is Open Source now. Let’s start to democratize Design Systems today blog.

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