• Andrew Richardson, 2 years ago

    This is amazing. I've been looking forward to something like this since Figma announced their API. My team is digging into it to see if it's something we want to use in an upcoming rework of our design system.

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    • Jerome de Lafargue, 2 years ago

      Awesome! Let me know if you come across any issues!

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      • Andrew Richardson, almost 2 years ago

        I think my biggest question is how process flow from design to dev should work with a fully fleshed out design system. If we say we want this documentation to be a single source of truth how do we make sure dev stylesheets and codebases stay updated when changes are made on the design side.

        For example: Say i want to change the padding on all our buttons. I go into Figma and make tweaks to all the components and push it to zeroheight. At that point it seems like a very manual process to make sure that change gets pushed into the proper areas. I can see how the Design Token can handle things like colors and fonts but it doesn't seem to cover other basic components.

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        • Jerome de Lafargue, almost 2 years ago

          Hey Andrew, your comment hits the nail on the head :) We have big plans for design tokens, and extending them to more than colors/fonts is one of them

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  • Taylor PalmerTaylor Palmer, 2 years ago

    Thanks for building this, Zeroheight team. My team has been waiting for this and we'll start using it this week

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