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Design a Personal Blog: Creating a Design System

Published on Jul 18, 2018

Design systems are a great way to establish a look and feel in less time than it takes to design an entire web page mockup. Currently, these systems are all the craze because the components involved are typically repeated throughout a given website or application. Keeping style, size, typography, color, and functionality all consistent is a key characteristic of what makes a great website.

At the end of the day, we want the people visiting our blog to have a sound user experience as they navigate and digest information.

Follow along as we set up our initial file and build out a design system for the personal blog project. This, in essence, will determine just how well your end result pans out. It's truly worth the time to spend it building out one or more design systems to find the perfect fit.

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