- Design System includes the guidelines and resources to create user interfaces consistent with the company vision, design language, and market best practices. In addition, provided materials focused on user experience, interactions, and flows.
- Writing guidelines, and pattern libraries, together with style guides, toolkits, and design principles, form an entire Design System.
- Design System provides various resources for designers, developers, and everyone involved in creating and improving DocuWare products.
Purpose and Goals
The DocuWare Design system’s primary purpose is to increase product development efficiency.
- With a consistent design language in place, it becomes easier to design products at scale that are consistent in aesthetics, user interface, and user experience.
- DocuWare also promotes collaboration through the Design System since handoffs across distributed teams become easier.
We strive to save time and energy by letting designers and developers focus on more important topics of usability, flows, and user needs. In addition, standardized, reusable components support collaboration, reinforce branding and provide a consistent look and user experience.
Our goal is to create and provide perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust products for all kinds of users around the globe. Kinetic Design System establishes guidelines and requirements to empower the DocuWare products’ inclusivity and accessibility.
Design System is a living creature that evolves with technologies and user needs. Our UX team constantly expands and improves the design possibilities keeping DocuWare products in line with market and user demands.
Design System is based on the following principles:
Design should eliminate ambiguity and enable people to access, understand, and act confidently while interacting with the DocuWare product.
The Design System should intelligently anticipate needs to help users work better, smarter, and faster.
Design System enhances familiarity and strengthens intuition by applying the same rules and requirements throughout the user interfaces.