Design is [Systematic] – The Systems that Shape our Work





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Published on Aug 15, 2018

Design systems comprise styles, components, code, and guidelines that must be interpreted and used thoughtfully to create cohesive, harmonious products. The systems we create as designers don’t exist in a void — they are informed by their context and impacted by the broader systems that influence our work.

Joined by and interdisciplinary panel of designers, moderator Liam Spradlin explores how they employ systematic thinking in their work, the lifecycle of a design system, and how the systems of everyday life inform our pursuits as designers.

[Twitter Handle] @LiamSpradlin

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