Talk: “UI Patterns for Design Systems” at the DesignOps Meetup August 2019
I spoke at the DesignOps Meetup August 2019 in Melbourne on 7 August 2019, sharing stories that inspired my new book about patterns and design systems and tales of how shared language can fast-track consistent design.
Amazing to see such a diverse design and developer community come together to share stories 👩🎨👩💻— DesignOps (@DesignOps_LOL) August 8, 2019
Awesome talk from @didoesdigital from @CultureAmp
Thanks @MYOB for sharing the beautiful office space and @RedwolfRosch for providing delicious 🍕 #designops 🤙 pic.twitter.com/M4h7wUrm3G
The DesignOps Meetup hosts practical talks from “some of the best designers, developers and managers in town”. It’s a playful community, looking to answer the question, “what is DesignOps?” while connecting people faced with scaling design teams, building modular design systems, or creating a single source of truth for designers and developers. It’s an inclusive event with a sound code of conduct, despite the shenanigans you’ll find on their site, https://www.designops.lol/. There’s also a great Slack community.
Here are the slides from my talk:
Links and resources
Some references from the slides:
You can see me on Instagram with my napkin math for showing the cost of not having a design system and therefore how to make the case for hiring a design systems person.
In case you’re wondering about the slide design assets:
Where to go next
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