Style guides can be your best friend for maintaining site-wide consistency. As a quick-reference resource, they save time digging around for answers and spare you the frustration of memorizing everything.
As a company-wide document, they also eliminate repetitive questions and keep everyone on the same page.
The Critical Components of Web UI Style Guides (opens in new tab) provides a crash course on better design through consistency. This free ebook comes from UXPin (opens in new tab), a collaborative wireframing and prototyping app, as part of its free design library (opens in new tab).
This practical ebook focuses on what element to include in your style guide, how to include them, and samples showing the style guides of popular companies like Facebook, Starbucks, Adobe, IBM, MailChimp, Skype, Yelp, and Lonely Planet.
In this 49-page guide, you'll get:
- Straightforward discussion of the 4 most helpful types of style guides
- Detailed look at the most useful sections to include in style guides
- Advice on layouts, organization, and whether or not certain sections are right for you
- The specific information that you'll want to include in style guides
- Screenshot examples from the real style guides of 22 companies
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