The process of building digital products becomes more complex the more people you add to the mix. In this post, we’re going to look at five things you can do to make collaboration between designers and developers go more smoothly.
For a design system to truly be integrated and applied to an application, it needs to live in the codebase as much as it lives in the design software. Thankfully, we have lots of tools—like Figma, Storybook and the Kendo UI component library—to help us bridge that gap and make sure we’re keeping things in sync.
With tools like Figma, design system tokens, components, icons and more can all be built right into the flow of a designer’s primary workspace … but what does that look like for a developer? Let’s break it down.
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