Friday 27th May, 2016
10:40am to 11:20am
The process of building a pattern library or any kind of modular design system requires a different approach to delivering a set of finished pages. Even when the final deliverable is a pattern library, we often still have to design pages for approval. When everyone is so used to working with pages, it can be difficult to adopt a new way of thinking—particularly for those who are not designers and developers.
This talk will look at how we can help everyone in the team adopt pattern thinking. This includes anyone with a decision to make—not just designers and developers. Everyone in the team can start building a shared vocabulary and attempt to make the challenge of naming things a little easier.
Front-end dev @Clearleft. @DMBrightonUni grad. Co-organiser of @CodebarBrighton. Sunset chaser. Lover of mountains, sea, travel, running, camper vans. bio from Twitter
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