If you reuse design processes and UI patterns over and over, why reinvent the wheel? Save yourself time and create a toolbox of reusable components. Every designer should have their own collection. You may use this for your projects, or use this as a starting point for your own.
The idea is to centralize thought, processes and learning from previous projects for the betterment of future projects. Standardizations, conventions, and checklists will reduce the amount of work, deduplicate thought, and reduce for future projects. Surgeons use checklists to save lives, so let's learn from them.
|Research, User and Audience considerations: usability, accessibility||when, where, who, why, how do people use your thing? Why does it matter|
The design guide offers checklists and resources, and acts as a starting point for developing new brands, design systems, and design research. It's a collection of things to think about.
The style guide is set up to provide assistance to prototypes and new projects with implementations to common UI patterns with SCSS and JS. Projects can import all of the style guide
_stylecoeur, or selectively import certain components, then differentiate on top of the core.
This is a living, growing document. The Notes section denotes all the changes over time, and possible changes to come.
Refer to other style guides and design to gain useful insight.
Need to categorize further: style guide, design system, css framework, pattern library, standard; what is it?
Source: - UXPin Adele
https://react.semantic-ui.com/introduction https://semantic-ui.com https://semantic-ui-vue.github.io/#/
https://ant.design/docs/spec/introduce http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/ux/middleware/alta/index.html https://www.sap.com/sweden/products/fiori.html https://primer.github.io/ https://purecss.io/ https://foundation.zurb.com/