Sticker sheets are a great way to organize your design system components and patterns. In this video, Drew Bridewell explains what sticker sheets are and how they can help you get up and running inside of DSM.
- [Instructor] Before we jump into adding elements to Design System Manager, I want to help set you all up for success, and one way to do that is to start with a sticker sheet. Now you might be saying, what is a sticker sheet? Well, a sticker sheet is a body of a lot of different art boards that make up your entire design system. So this includes colors, brands, voice and tone, your typography, your layer styles, your icons, your templates, and the list goes on and on, but these elements are an aerial view of everything that makes up your design system.
So why do we need this? Well, this helps you organize and structure how you're going to start adding things to your system. So I have this example set up here for you, which you can download from the exercise files, but the colors and the text styles, these things are what we're gonna start with in getting things into Design System Manager. So let's jump in.
- Creating a new library
- Adding and editing components
- Adding context to your components
- Adding your design language to DSM
- Inviting team members to use DSM
- Setting roles and permissions
- Releasing design system versions
- Pulling the latest library inside of DSM
- Additional pro tips inside of DSM