- Deconstruct your organizations’ interfaces
- Create systems that includes templates, and pages
- Create designs that are future-friendly and extensible
- Establish a repeatable workflow tailored to your team and product
Have you seen style tiles, element collages, or pattern libraries? These are just a few examples of how designers are reacting to the explosion of devices and interface sizes.
After all, thinking about the parts of a “page”—not just the sum of those parts—helps us create smart, scalable, maintainable designs for all those newfangled technologies.
And a leading voice behind this elemental thinking is Brad Frost.
In this talk, he’ll introduce Atomic Design, a methodology you can use to create a design system in your organization.
Deconstruct your organizations’ interfaces
Create systems that includes templates, and pages
Create designs that are future-friendly and extensible
Establish a repeatable workflow tailored to your team and product
If you’ve ever seen Brad Frost onstage, then you’ll know his passion and enthusiasm for responsive design is matched only by his practical working knowledge for the subject.
But if you haven’t yet seen him, then get ready -- he’s a coach, vocal leader, and partial comedian who makes learning fun and functional.
Brad is known for his work in designing responsive sites for huge content sites such as Entertainment Weekly and TechCrunch. He's helped create the super-popular resources This is Responsive, Pattern Lab, and WTFMobileWeb.
So if your team talks about designing mobile-first, content-first, responsively, adaptively, or progressively … well, it’s time to decipher what all of those mean in practice and process alike.
And Brad is the best guide you could hope to have.
Want to hear more from Brad? Explore his thoughts on "Style Guide Best Practices."