Experience Design Weekly #54 – Buy-in for Design Systems & Motion Techniques

Buy-in for Design Systems & Motion Techniques

“Design creates culture. Culture shapes values. Values determine the future.”
Robert L. Peters


Designing Sound and Silence
Introducing Google’s first-ever public guidelines for designing product sounds

Design System Tiers
Using tiers, systems can incrementally improve capabilities and quality of meaningful feature sets and promote ideas from a team or group upward through an architecture everyone shares.

Improve your UX with micro-interactions
While design solves universal problems, micro-interactions are the delightful moments your users have while using the product.

Make the case: how to get buy-in for building a design system
How to start the conversation with stakeholders and get a design system off the ground.

Adding value to your design by understanding motion and its tools
Taking a look at classification, techniques, and specifications of micro-interactions. Comparing some interaction design tools from two aspects: design and motion.


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