Building Consistent Cross-Platform Interfaces
Design systems are often built for a single platform, usually web. When scaling design systems to multiple platforms, it can be tricky to share styles and code in an easy, consistent manner. Styles are often spread across codebases in an unstructured way, which makes them hard to update seamlessly. Now there’s a better way: Style Dictionary, an open source framework which allows you to store all your stylistic data in a single place and then use it on any platform or language, so you can build consistent interfaces across platforms, easily. Learn how to create more consistent interfaces and better UI code by structuring style information in a single source of truth.