When designers and developers communicate with each other, it often feels as if they are speaking two different languages not understanding each other’s needs and proceedings. Even though those kinds of problems aren't new, they become even more crucial for companies trying to ensure a consistent user experience over multiple independent applications. So how to bridge this gap?
The secret union joint to do so is finding your single source of truth: a commonly shared design system showcased by a living style guide. This allows every team member to communicate with ease about design changes and their code implications, while offering a wide range of components to productively build new applications with a consistent user experience.
Elisabeth is a UX & tech innovator and a travel enthusiast. She is passionate about lean UX, web performance and usability testing. While exploring new places all around the world, she's always on the hunt for fresh UX & frontend inspirations.
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