Give your designs,
structure, tone and uniformity
Adopt an atomic design system and define the tone, personality and
structure of your products to make them scalable and structurally sound.
Save time and money with a design system
A design system is beyond a simple style guide or a brand guideline. We at Rootcode Studio offer a comprehensive system that educate developers and future designers about the way the product should be. No time would be wasted re-making components that were already made, or rethinking design decisions that were already made. A data-driven Design system would enable faster development and deployment as well as effective design.
Atomic Design is the
way to go
Every component in your product should reflect the personality of your brand, and that personality must be consistent across the board. Atomic design is a methodology in which designs are developed starting from the smallest component of a website and uses them as building blocks to develop flexible and comprehensive design systems. Each of these building blocks would be designed with your user, front and center, to cater to their needs. Atomic Design systems we develop are infinitely scalable and future proof.
Developer-Designer integration
We at Rootcode Studio, seamlessly integrate with our development arm, Rootcode Labs to build infinitely scalable developments using Atomic Design Systems. Communicate your brand voice, with consistency of tone, structure and personality across all your present and future developments using one design system.
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Frequently Asked Questions

A Design System is a collection of reusable components. Using the atomic design methodology, Atoms, Molecules, Organisms, Templates, and Pages are used together to create a unified Design System in a more deliberate and hierarchical manner. It acts as a single source of truth for the building blocks of your design, including all the foundations, components, patterns, and assets. With a Design System, you can build products better, faster and it results in a cohesive experience for the user.

Even though having a Design System makes the life of the designers as well as the developers easier, there are several instances where having a design system might not be the best solution, for example,

  • when the project team is small and communicates well
  • when the development team is not actively engaged in development (ie: CMS gets built and the work is done)
  • if the business has limited resources and funding

The generic convention is to design the Design System at the very early stages of a project and let it evolve and mature throughout the project life cycle. For a product that has already been developed, creating a Design System might not be the best approach. But yet it can be supportive when the system needs a re-design or a revamp because some principles might still be valid.

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