A design system is a collection of reusable functional elements–components and patterns–guided by clear standards that product teams use to create a consistent experience across a range of products. Design systems act as a single source of truth for an entire organization by using a singular design language to guide the development of products. Learn more about UX design systems and how design teams can benefit from them.
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A design system consists of both tangible and intangible elements. Components, patterns, and style guides are tangible elements:
- Components are functional elements of a