Once you’ve committed to creating a library, you need to concretely identify each component you’d like to include. During this period, you’ll answer key questions such as the following:
When is the most appropriate time to discover a library?
Which components should we include in the library?
What area(s) of our experience will the library apply to?
How do we identify each one?
Discovering, identifying, and prioritizing the full collection can be completed via targeted efforts and activities that can focus a library’s scope and optimize its value.
You can discover a new component library organically as a design system evolves or via independent study and workshop exercises to analyze an existing site design. Often, techniques ...