Clarity Conference 2016

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Published April 2016

A conference about style guides and design systems

Clarity is an independent, 2-day, single-track conference in San Francisco. The conference is the first of its kind to focus in on design systems and style guides. Related topics cover front end, voice & tone, branding, user research, accessibility, motion & animation and documentation.

What you'll learn

  • Watch industry experts speak about how they tackle guidelines and design systems.
  • Listen to how a company applies company-wide guides.
  • Learn about what influences company guidelines and why.
  • Closed captions available
Meet your instructor

A conference about Design Systems and Style Guides.

Lesson 1: Brad Frost - Web Designer, Speaker, Writer & Consultant
Free The Thing Is Design Systems. The Time Is Now. 48:20
Lesson 2: Isaak Hayes - Sr. Product Design Manager, AppDirect, & Donna Chan - Design Researcher, AppDirect
Free Building Empowering Style Guides with Practical Research 30:10
Lesson 3: Nathan Curtis - Founder & Designer, Eightshapes
Free Beyond the Toolkit: Spreading a system across people and products 55:32
Lesson 4: Miriam Suzanne - Designer, Developer & Author of several open-source Sass toolkits
Free Code Patterns for Pattern-Making 40:08
Lesson 5: Stephanie Rewis & Brandon Ferrua - Lead Developers, Design Systems, Salesforce
Free Crawl, Walk, Run – The Evolution of a Design System 49:41
Lesson 6: Rachel Nabors - Web Animation Expert
Free Communicating Animation 41:41
Lesson 7: Cordelia McGee-Tubb - Accessibility Engineer, Dropbox
Free Baking Accessibility In 50:02
Lesson 8: Jeremy Perez-Cruz - Senior Design Manager, Uber
Free Living Systems: Brand in the context of peoples lives 31:49
Lesson 9: Maya Benari - Front-End Designer, 18F, US Federal Government
Free Turning the Ship: Living design systems in the federal government 38:53
Lesson 10: Richard Danne - Owner / Design Director, DanneDesign
Free Designing for Earthlings and Astronauts 1:02:14

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