A component library simply cannot happen without a librarian, who administers the component collection through times of discovery, build, and maintenance. But that’s not all. The librarian also acts as a primary point of contact and advocate for the standards and practices that the library advances.
This chapter explores the role of the librarian and key activities involved in administering a component library, including the following:
Being an effective advocate and “go-to” authority
Defining the librarian within an organization
Tracking a component’s life cycle and how to limit use through release status
Updating the library through three key activities: managing the catalog, creating design assets, and authoring guidelines ...