Audit the current process.
Develop individual tactics.
Design System Development.
My service is optimized to train a team as fast as possible. In the shortest possible time, they should learn how to make a design system feasible and applicable.
Why do I need a design system?
So your team can ...
These are a few of the reasons that speak for a design system.
With my help, you can simply put, optimize your process.
Typically, teams see a 10% increase in productivity with a design system.
Who can benefit from a design system?
I recommend it for product teams of about 10 people or more. At this size, communication starts to become more complex.
Do we need new tools for a design system? We already use X and Y.
No. Most likely not.
This course is for anyone who works in a team on digital products like apps and websites. So if you are a project manager, product owner, designer or developer, writer or user researcher, then this course is for you.
If you or I find that the plan doesn't work out, then I'll refund the money.
A design system helps you make better use of your resources. My approach always starts with an MVP design system. The MVP is then applied in a pilot project.
No, this is usually not necessary. A design system can be set up and organized in several ways. Centrally by a team, which operates and organizes the design system. Or decentralized by responsible persons from all teams.
Sorry for this answer, but it depends. For a small team it is usually a mid 4 figure sum. With larger teams, it can be 5 or 6 figures. With the number of members, products, brands and other variables, the complexity can increase. I start here in small steps and orient myself according to the requirements of the teams.
Yes, it's worth it for teams that want to scale their design and engineering output. Without hiring new people. Design Systems can typically increase a team's efficiency by 5% to 50%. And reduce costs. Feel free to ask me for examples.
As a remote worker for the last two years, I partner with a variety of clients based in Germany, Switzerland, France and other parts of the world.
As a teacher at the Digital Career Institute, I logged over 1200 classroom hours instructing students how to program.
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