Style Guide Difinition
Incorporating accessibility into your product design style not only helps you reach a broader audience but also demonstrates your commitment to inclusivity and user-centered design. It ensures that your product is usable and enjoyable by everyone, regardless of their abilities, contributing to a more equitable digital environment.
Designing scalable components to solve problems involves a user-centered, modular, and adaptable approach. By anticipating future needs and continuously iterating based on feedback, you can create solutions that not only address the current problem but also remain effective as the problem evolves and scales. Components are evaluated based on the following criteria:
Passes Heuristics Audit
Light and dark theme support