Review È Atomic Design

Brad Frost · 7 Free read

A methodology for thinking of our UIs as thoughtful hierarchies discusses the ualities of effective pattern libraries and showcases techniues to transform your team's design and development workflow. Reading for the second time

Summary Atomic Design

Atomic Design

We're tasked with making interfaces for users in contexts using browsers on devices with screen sizes and capabilities than ever before That's a daunting task indeed Thankfully design systems are he. I certainly liked many of the key ideas in this book but ultimately it didn t feel as actionable as I was hoping

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Re to help Atomic Design details all that goes into creating and maintaining robust design systems allowing you to roll out higher uality consistent UIs faster than ever before This book introduces. Good overview but not much seemed really new Would have liked on the actual front end implementation from UX to final code Even though it s a short read it felt very repetitive in certain places


10 thoughts on “Atomic Design

  1. says:

    To be clear even though I enjoyed Brad Frost's Atomic Design which I picked up because of it landing on one of those Best UX Books of 2016 lists

  2. says:

    I certainly liked many of the key ideas in this book but ultimately it didn't feel as actionable as I was hoping

  3. says:

    Possibly the most watered down book I've ever forced me to read through nonetheless Frost seeds the book with a very appealing idea – building coherent design systems starting from the most basic elements and combining them up in

  4. says:

    This book is a must read for every designer and developer Atomic design is simply an approach to build web and mobile layouts in a component based way By following that we will achieve consistency in our UIs help us creat

  5. says:

    Initially I was a bit afraid that this book will be like loads of other in the field a glorified 200 page pitch of an idea with no tips or guides to help you through the actual process but I am delighted to say t

  6. says:

    Good overview but not much seemed really new Would have liked on the actual front end implementation from UX to final code Even though it's a short read it felt very repetitive in certain places

  7. says:

    Reading for the second time

  8. says:

    Brad's book provides a great overview of using style guides Brad covers just about everything you'll need to know You'll finish this book knowing how to create a style guide and how to get your team on board for style guides I'm a UX designer who used to be a front end developer many years ago I haven't coded full time in about ten years and I understood everything in this book I really appreciate Brad's simple easy to

  9. says:

    A great way to dive into design system culture It's a clear and helpful resource for designer developers and project managers

  10. says:

    I think this is a solid book It's well laid out and the information is easy to grasp It's great for starting a design system from scratch And it gives you the taxonomy to discuss a well managed design system or pa

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