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.
We helped a large University to kickoff their Design System starting with a Design System Initiative, which shaped the core team's decision to setup the starter project on top of kickstartDS using our Content Module.
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
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
User Interface is an important part of any Design System. It is the visual representation of the system, and it is what users interact with. The Design System for a large German University made to scale, showcased here, is a great example of how a User Interface can be designed to scale. The Design System includes a comprehensive set of components, patterns, and guidelines that are used to create a consistent and unified look and feel across the university's digital products. The components are designed to be flexible and reusable, allowing for easy customization and scalability. The Design System also includes a set of tools and processes to ensure that the User Interface is consistent and up-to-date. This includes a style guide, a pattern library, and a design system library. All of these tools and processes help to ensure that the User Interface is consistent and up-to-date, and that it is easy to use and understand.
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