…e minimum required to meet your team’s needs, the same goes for the contents of your design system. Define what is most important to keep your product(s) feeling consistent and include those principles/guidelines/components in your system. Let the rest adapt to their surroundings. By only adding the most fundamental and universal components to your system, you can make the whole team happy.
Every great innovator I’ve met has a similar story. Most didn’t have a lot of ideas, and the ones they did come up with weren’t necessarily any better than anybody else’s ideas. What they did have was a passion for solving problems. Some spent years, or even decades, trying to solve a single grand challenge. That passion can make all the difference.
…er experience?” he asks. Getting people to think about the customer experience is a frequency game. “How do you get the people in your organization to become more customer-centric?” he says. “You get them thinking about the customer experience as often as possible.”
Which is why a few years ago, Valberg and his team began to formalize a habit InVision has been practicing since its founding in 2011. Instead of relying on PowerPoints, word documents, and other common presentational tools to guide meetings, team members would be required to sketch their ideas.