Central hub for consistent product design

With design systems services, we empower product teams to work with consistency, agility and quality. Using a collection of reusable components and guidelines, we help you simplify the development of complex software applications and streamline your design process. Revolutionize product design and enhance user experiences by implementing design systems.


Increase in revenue


Improved ROI


Faster time to market

Our design system implementation process

Transform your product design with a streamlined and standardized approach. Our expert UX agency guides you every step of the way, from assessment to implementation and ongoing support, to build a unified design language that delivers a consistent user experience.


Assessment: Understanding your brand

Our thorough assessment identifies areas for improvement, ensures consistency with existing standards, and creates a UI inventory that aligns with your brand. We provide a comprehensive report of our findings and expert recommendations to help you elevate your brand and optimize your product design.


Get organizational buy-In: Empowering your team

We share the results of our assessment and scope of the design system with stakeholders and team to show the impact on user experience. To align everyone towards a successful design systems implementation, we define the scope of the system, including the list of components, patterns, and timeline.


Implementation: Building a robust process and team

We bring together an expert team of designers to work closely with your team and implement the design system. Through multiple iterations, we ensure consistent and high-quality designs that align with your organizational guidelines.


Development: Building the components

Our developers play a crucial role in building design system components and ensuring proper integration. The UI design and front-end development services ensure pixel perfect implementation of design system components, empowering your team to create consistent products faster.


Support: Periodic upgrades and maintenance

Design systems need continuous improvement to adapt to changing user needs and trends. With periodic upgrades and expert support, we keep your design system relevant and effective, ensuring its growth along with your product.

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FAQ on design systems services

What is a design system?

A design system is a single source of truth for designers, developers, product managers and stakeholders to ensure consistency throughout product design. It is a central repository where a set of reusable components, guidelines, and tools are stored to help teams design and build consistent, cohesive user interfaces.
Design systems provide a set of established patterns and practices to empower teams to work more efficiently and effectively. It serves as a foundation for creating a consistent visual language and user experience across multiple platforms and products. A design system includes things like color palettes, typography, iconography, and spacing guidelines, as well as more detailed components like buttons, forms, and navigation menus.

Why do companies need a design system?

Design system supports scalability by setting clear standards on all aspects of design, starting from the design principles to UI elements like color, font and also the codes. By implementing a design system, companies can maintain consistency in design and ensure a standard quality across its products, no matter how big their team or product grows.
Design systems are essential tools for companies to create consistent user experience across their products and teams. As companies grow and want to scale their products and services, having a clear set of standards for design is necessary to avoid chaos and inconsistency. Design systems provide guidelines for all aspects of design, from design principles to specific UI elements like color, font, and code.
With a design system in place, companies can maintain a high level of design quality and consistency across their products and services, no matter how big the team or product becomes. This helps to simplify the work of product teams and also makes it easier for new team members to quickly get onboard a project. Moreover, it helps to build trust and credibility with users.
Design system also enables developers to easily access and implement design elements, which can save development time and resources. It also allows for more efficient collaboration between designers and developers, as they provide a central reference point for design elements and code.

How are design systems different from style guides and pattern libraries?

A style guide is a document that outlines the visual elements of a design, such as typography, color palette, and iconography. It provides guidelines on how these elements should be used and implemented in a product, to ensure consistency and cohesiveness in the user interface. Style guides also include information on the use of branding elements, such as logos, and how they should be used in different contexts.
A pattern library, on the other hand, is a collection of all the components used in a design, along with their corresponding codes. This can include things like buttons, forms, and navigation elements, as well as the code that is used to create and implement them. Pattern libraries are usually focused on the technical implementation of the components, rather than the visual design elements.
Both style guides and pattern libraries are subsets of a design system. A design system is a comprehensive set of design principles, guidelines, and reusable components that help to create a cohesive and consistent user experience across a product or organization. It includes both visual design elements as outlined in a style guide and the technical implementation of the components as in a pattern library.

What are the characteristics of a good design system?

A good design system is one that has several key characteristics that make it effective in creating a consistent user experience across a product or organization. Some of the key characteristics of a good design system are:
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    Well-documented: A good design system is well-documented, providing clear guidelines and instructions on how to use and implement the design elements. It acts as the central reference point for designers and developers to understand and follow the design principles and guidelines.

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    Speed and efficiency: When built properly, design systems help to make the design process faster and easier. It allows designers and developers to quickly access and implement prebuilt design elements with their corresponding codes, reducing the time and effort required to create new designs from scratch.

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    Consistency: A key characteristic of good design systems are they ensure that the design is consistent across all elements of a product. Consistency in typography, color palette, iconography, as well as the interactions and behavior of the components are reviewed.

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    Clarity: A good design system promotes clarity in the design. While it makes the design process organized and efficient for designers, the users benefit from an interface that is easy to understand and navigate due to the clarity and consistency of designs.

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    Quality: Excellent quality designs is the natural outcome of an effective design system. Not just the visual aspects of the design but also the interactions and behavior of the components, are checked for intuitiveness and ease of use.

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    Scalability: A good design system supports scalability of the product and is easily able to handle any future changes and demands of the product.

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    Accessibility: Ensuring accessibility is a responsibility of a good design system. It should take into account accessibility guidelines, to ensure that the system is inclusive and usable for people with disabilities.

How do you ensure that the design systems align with an organization’s brand guidelines?

As a design agency, we understand the importance of aligning the design systems we create with our clients' brand guidelines. To ensure this, we take a holistic approach.
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    We conduct extensive research about the organizations and the brands, including understanding the brand philosophy, reviewing existing brand guidelines, conducting user research to know the target audience and their interactions with brand touch points.

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    To ensure the design system aligns with the brand guidelines, we involve the client in the design process early on. We provide routine updates and seek feedback to ensure that the design system aligns with their brand principles.

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    We do a thorough assessment of the brand’s guidelines, including color palettes, typography, and other style elements to establish design rules and principles that are consistent with the brand image. We also collaborate with the organization’s internal marketing teams for getting accurate information.

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    Throughout the design system implementation process, we conduct regular check-ins to ensure that the design system is still aligned with the client's brand and changes, if any, are reflected in the design system.

How do you handle updates and maintenance of the design system after it is implemented?

At Aufait UX, we understand that design systems are not one-time projects and they need continuous maintenance to ensure their relevancy. We handle updates and maintenance by:
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    Developing a process for requesting, evaluating, and implementing new components or changes to the design system, to ensure that it remains responsive to the evolving needs of the client's business and users.

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    Establishing an ongoing maintenance plan and scheduling regular check-ins with the client to address any issues and identify areas for improvement.

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    Providing training and documentation to the client's team to ensure that they can use and maintain the design system effectively.

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    Extending ongoing support to the client's team, answering their questions and providing guidance whenever necessary.

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    Routinely updating the design system's documentation, patterns, and guidelines to ensure that it is easy to understand, use and adopt for all stakeholders.