I’d prefer the latter. Why? Because pages offer faster agreement. They provide a shared understanding, and a vision of the future thing. Pages can be tested with real users, and they can be discussed with developers. The artefacts page design creates might be wasteful, but they are useful.
Design systems don’t start with components
Jon Aizlewood

How can you create a page if you didn’t first talked with your client about the vision? It seems to me that, before creating said page, you’d have to both have agreed on a vision to create a visual representation of the interaction needed with a service…?

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