Appendix A: Breaking Down Examples into Modular Systems

One of the biggest criticisms of Modular Design systems is that the designs are always bland and uniform. While many actually applied systems might appear that way, that doesn’t need to be the case. It also shouldn’t be the case once there are more designers who fully understand the proper way to logically design for these systems.

In fact, I might be able to argue that any site can be theoretically broken down into a modularly defined system, whether or not they actually built it with a modular structure in mind. This Appendix will take you through visually diverse examples of live sites, and how those designs could be broken down into a modular as outlined in this book.

The goal here is to ...

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