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Hey Sean! If I can toot my own horn a little bit, UX Power Tools is built in a sustainable fashion using all of the techniques you highlighted: text styles, layer styles, and symbols (many of which are nested).
You are NOT wasting time by prioritizing interlinking, style usage, and symbols. It will save you incalculable amounts of time in the future. So keep doing what you're doing.
If you're interested, here's a link for the system we've built:
UX Power Tools is pretty well organized
Good tip, Ktryn. Does using "Reduce Filesize" inside of Sketch do this as well? Not actually sure what compression operations it performs.
From the About page:
Design Systems Market was created to help designers work faster.
Developers use code boilerplates on nearly every project to save time so they can spend it where it ought to be spent.
Designers shouldn't work any differently.
Design Systems Market is a collection of design system boilerplates built with the UX Power Tools framework. The complete UX Power Tools system has tons of extra features to help you design faster, but for those who use it enough, the base essentials are more than enough.
Each system in Design Systems Market is carefully styled and configured to give you a jump start. The colors might not be perfect...but it'll get you 70% of the way there.
The rest is up to you!
That, and InVision pink :)
I don't disagree, but someone still has to design the emails, right?
I can't think of a better team to join InVision. Ehud and his squad know the ins and outs of design system libraries better than anyone else.
Congratulations! Can't wait to try it out :)
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Very reminiscent of the legendary Saul Bass. Absolutely love the grit and style of this video.
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