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Daniel explains how and why UX should be included in a development process. He gives insights from his experience and answers the question "why UX should be a team sport".

Jonas Ulrich and Daniel Ley join us to talk about kickstartDS, the starter kit for Design Systems.

Read our roundup of podcasts released in the first quarter of 2022. Everything related to Design Systems, Frontend development and headless CMS / Jamstack

Roadmap As we just released kickstartDS with the first version of this documentation, we know, that we still have to work on many details to let our documentation shine. The roadmap shall provide an o

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

How designers and developers work together to realize modularity and reusability in web frontends. Behind a simple requirement there are many complex issues: e.g. which customer channels have to be served, which backend systems have to be integrated?

User interviews are an important tool for product development. In this episode, Dominique talks to Daniel Ley, an experienced UX Strategy Manager, about how we can successfully conduct these user interviews.

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A podcast is an audio or video program that is available online for streaming or downloading. It is typically a series of episodes that are released on a regular basis, and can be listened to or watched on a variety of devices. Podcasts are often used to discuss topics related to design systems, frontend development, user experience, and more.

The blog post, Quarterly Design System and Frontend Podcast Roundup – Q1/22, provides a comprehensive list of podcasts related to design systems and frontend development. It includes a variety of topics, such as the basics of design systems, how to create a design system, and how to maintain a design system.

I have also appeared on several podcasts to discuss topics related to design systems. On Podrocket: The starter kit for design systems, I discussed the importance of design systems and how to create a successful design system. On Digital Design Systems: "Code is the source of truth" πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ, I discussed the importance of code as the source of truth for design systems. On UX beyond Design - Why you need to approach UX holistically πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ, I discussed the importance of approaching user experience holistically. Finally, on Conduct successful user interviews πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ, I discussed how to conduct successful user interviews.

Overall, podcasts are a great way to learn about design systems and related topics. They provide an opportunity to hear from experts in the field, and can be a great source of information and inspiration.

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