18 comments

  • Patrycja PaczkowskaPatrycja Paczkowska, over 1 year ago

    Awesome guys! But I didn't find some tools like - Zeplin: https://zeplin.io/ - Plant: https://plantapp.io - Hype: https://tumult.com/hype - Framer: https://framer.com/

    4 points
    • Jad LimcacoJad Limcaco, over 1 year ago

      Thanks Patrycja! Some of these are already on my backlog and just need to add. But thanks for sharing Plant. Haven't heard of it before. Just added it :)

      1 point
    • Ryan B, over 1 year ago

      We've recently started using Plant and it's soooo awesome!

      0 points
  • M WM W, over 1 year ago

    Always nice with more resources, but i'm wondering what differs between this and UXpin's Adele repo?

    https://adele.uxpin.com/

    1 point
    • Ashraf AliAshraf Ali, over 1 year ago

      It has visuals associated with the design system. It has articles associated with design systems. There is a clear way to contribute more resources to the website. That's a lot of differentiation. There is a clear benefit.

      1 point
    • Jad LimcacoJad Limcaco, over 1 year ago

      Like Ashraf said, it's more visual, and also, has different sections for books, articles, talks/presentations. Will also be adding events, meetups, and possibly a jobs section for design systems jobs. So more of an entire site focused on all things Design Systems.

      1 point
  • Ashraf AliAshraf Ali, over 1 year ago

    Glad that Jad Limcaco made this website. It's a simple, easy to navigate website for an important topic for designers. We need more niche design websites like this (and more people to talk about their work in a constructive manner. Kudos!

    1 point
  • Surjith S MSurjith S M, over 1 year ago

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    0 points
  • Account deleted over 1 year ago

    so this is a thing I guess. creating and branding a website for personal bookmarks. Not a bad exercise but it also kinda feels weird promoting bad examples like atlassian's. If there's no commentary, or a review on such systems, then it's a another delicio.us clone that I can't contribute for me.

    0 points
    • Ashraf AliAshraf Ali, over 1 year ago

      The community needs more repositories for design when we are sorely lacking them for the industry. Your "personal bookmarks" is my "next design inspiration." Not sure what's wrong with that.

      Also, can you please qualify why Atlassian's design system is a "bad example"?

      Finally, there is a gigantic Plus icon on the top right of the website that lets you submit more examples to it. Not sure what you're looking for, like another Reddit/Designer News?

      This type of pessimism is so discouraging to other designers trying to help each other out. Constructive criticism or alternatives are appreciated rather than just website fatigue masquerading as annoyance.

      5 points
    • Jad LimcacoJad Limcaco, over 1 year ago

      Thanks for the feedback George. You're kinda right, this was my personal bookmarks collection that I branded and turned in to a site. It was helpful for me to be able to have it in a site that's easier to manage than my bookmarks lol

      But if i'm able to inspire others or help them find a resource, then even better. Also, what do you not like about Atlassian in particular?

      1 point
  • Stevie EStevie E, over 1 year ago

    Did you reference my site by any chance? https://www.designerlynx.co/ Some similar design patterns...Looks good though, some useful stuff!

    0 points
    • Jad LimcacoJad Limcaco, over 1 year ago

      Never seen your site before, but I like it a lot. The side navigation is a really good pattern. I might have to make mine a side nav if I add more items. But that site is really nice, great job Stevie.

      0 points
  • A. N.A. N., over 1 year ago

    Design system is good if you work for that specific company. In my opinion, is good to note that design systems may block creativity and innovation, which designers should always be driven by

    0 points