As product designs are increasingly delivered as encoded, responsive, web-based artifacts, we’ve seen an explosion of living style guides. Some focus on design language and brand fundamentals. Many provide a foundation of coded building blocks. Others offer guidance on patterns, usage, and governance over time. Heck, some teams make ’em public as recruiting tools!
In his talk, Nathan Curtis will critique a bevy of today’s online style guides, focusing on the different pages, content, and presentations that teams produce.
Why examples are important and the best places to find inspiration for your style guide
How to create style guides even when you don’t have time
How to see your style guide with a critical eye for the purpose of fine-tuning
How to understand what your organization needs from your style guide
You’ll learm a bundle of ideas—seasoned by his experiences and usability testing these artifacts—to guide and inspire the future of your own style guides.