Tag: design system
It’s my last week at the University of Edinburgh, a quiet time to reflect.
The Change Advisory Board (CAB) helps bring requests, changes and improvements into the Design System. In September, we processed our first Requests for Change through the CAB, approving accessibility changes that had been submitted by another team. This allowed us to put into practice our process for maintaining and updating what is contained within the […]
Make things open: it makes things better. We really like this design principle from gov.uk. We use it a lot, especially when it comes to iterating upon our beta Design System.
The University of Edinburgh Inclusive Language Guide has now been published. The guide focuses on editorial guidance that avoids bias and conveys respect.
We have evolved our personas for future web services. We now focus on our users’ behaviours, not their roles.
Inclusive Language Guide: how we co-designed with our community as part of a human-centred Design System
Human-centred Design System We are creating a human-centred, user-focused Design System for a community of over 50,000 people. Our challenge is to design and iterate upon a resource that helps our large, highly devolved estate to achieve coherence, for a population the size of a small town. The University Design System: a journey that has […]
One of the key strategic projects our team has been working is the creation of a University Design System. What is it, why is it important and what have we been working on?
An inspiring day in Manchester underlined the importance of remembering the human beings at the heart of our work.