We are excited to announce our first online meetup ever!
YouTube stream: https://youtu.be/pKUr3CbRa3o (starting July 1st, 19:00 CEST)
19:00 - 19:10 - Design Systems Community intro
19:10 - 19:40 - Talk #1 Building Consistency in the World of Autonomous Teams by Ondřej Havlíček, Head of UX & Graphics at Quadient
19:40 - 20:00 - Talk #2: "How we solve inconsistencies in patterns to improve Quadient Design System" by Richard Grof, UX designer at Quadient
20:00 - 20:15 - Q&A & closing remarks
Talk #1: "Building consistency in the world of autonomous teams" by Ondřej Havlíček,
This talk is about how Quadient is dealing with the challenges on their „road to a design system“. A story about the experience with implementing a design system in a large software company whose culture has always been about the great autonomy of the software development teams. It is about building a structure without a budget and without a dedicated team. Can there be some advantages to it?
Ondřej fell in love with UX design in 2008. Since 2012 I have been in charge of the UX & Graphics team at GMC Software Technology, later renamed to Quadient. Our software helps companies who need to communicate with their clients. He feels very strongly about the idea of consistency as part of great user experience. They started with a style guide, then a UI pattern library, and finally, they're working on a design system now.
Talk #2: "How we solve inconsistencies in patterns to improve Quadient Design System" by Richard Grof, UX designer at Quadient
This talk will focus on two main areas:
- Case study: Removing inconsistencies from UI patterns across the application.
- Identifying opportunities for continuous improvements of the design system.
Richard work as a UX designer at Quadient. He has a passion for designing for user-friendly and accessible interfaces with meaningful interactions and reusability in mind.
Who should attend?
Anyone and everyone who is interested in learning about design systems are welcome. This event does not require previous knowledge about design systems.
Special thanks to productboard and Kiwi.com for sponsoring this meetup.
About Design Systems Community
Design Systems Community helps bring people together to share ways of working, successes, and other learnings to encourage best practices in building, scaling, and maintaining design systems. No matter how you engage with design systems, we all play a role in making information accessible for everyone, and without barriers.
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