Up to this point in time, much of the design files lived in Photoshop with style guides provided as PDFs. This legacy way of working was often outdated when documentations were handed over to Onshore and Offshore engineering teams. Moreover, the biggest problem was that projects spread over multiple value streams and countless labs in the business weren't aligned in their design language.
I was part of a larger team of design leads defining this new way of working. First, we identified how a design system could be used across the digital ecosystem within the group. Following that, we enabled the transition from Photoshop to Sketch, which allowed us to create a standard in using shared libraries for a more efficient way of working between different platforms:
→ Visual consistency throughout design projects
→ Better collaboration between teams
→ Code standardisation for more efficiency in production
→ Easier and quicker onboarding of a growing design team
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