Storybook is still a powerful tool for customizing, documenting and sharing our design systems—even if they’re built on top of a third-party component library. See how KendoReact can be used in combination with Storybook to launch a design system.
When building a product that digitally represents a brand and enables them to do business online, ensuring that their brand identity is consistently implemented throughout it is crucial. In this post, we’ll look at four things that web designers can do to make sure this happens.
Whether you’re just swapping out the primary color to more closely reflect your brand or completely re-skinning the whole library with a custom design, KendoReact makes it easy to change up the look and feel of our components with four different ways to style and theme.
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