Design systems are made up of foundational styles, components, and patterns. By using the principles of affordances and signifiers, we can design effective elements for our applications that are easy to understand by our end-users.
When creating user interfaces, it's important to understand how the interface will be interpreted by your end users. There are psychological foundations we can build upon when making design choices that we can embed and document without our design system.
At Clarity Hub, we've decided to evaluate our existing applications and go through their designs to make a better overall experience for our customers. In order to do this, we had to rethink our current design system, how we implemented it and how we will craft a better design system moving forward.
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