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Adobe Shares Its Design System & Language, UI/UX Assets With The Public
By Mikelle Leow, 23 Oct 2019
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Adobe has launched Spectrum, a website encompassing the components that make up its design system, making its key resources available to anyone.
Spectrum comprises over 100 tools, including UI kits, fonts and icons, that unify the design of Adobe’s software across devices, and is the very platform used by Adobe’s designers to keep its services seamless and consistent.
“Hundreds of designers at Adobe use Spectrum to ensure the company’s apps remain powerful creative tools while also becoming more intuitive and collaborative, to ultimately empower users and brands to think in one unified voice,” the company tells DesignTAXI in an email.
Spectrum was released to the public so designers and developers working on Adobe extensions and plugins can build the resources easier and more quickly.
Of course, it also serves as a great source of inspiration. Adobe has revealed its design principles—Rational, Human and Focused—as well as offered best practices on designing for inclusivity and for users across the globe through the Spectrum website. Check it out here.
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