The line between design and development is getting blurrier, and our approach to web design is becoming more modular. How do we keep track of it all?
Style guides to the rescue!
Using style guides that update as our projects progress, we can visually document our work and ensure that everything stays consistent. They may seem daunting and time-consuming at first, but they don’t have to be.
How do I get started with living style guides? What’s a living style guide anyway, and how do I know if mine is dead? Isn’t that going to slow me down? Why should I bother?
icons from the Noun Project:
zombie hand by Imogen Oh
monster by Joel McKinney
zombie crowd by Gan Khoon Lay
survival watch by Oliviu Stoian
brain by Laymik
rocket & magic hat by Hopkins
Mummy Octocat by Tony Jaramillo
Colores by Trish via Flickr
zombie dolls by Handmade Stuﬀs via Flickr
Zombies!!! by Travis Nicholson via Flickr
zombies! by Tuomas Kuosmanen via Flickr
Zombie! by Daniel Hollister via Flickr
Zombies Inside by Kordite via Flickr
Zombies! by Jeﬀ Prouse via Flickr
Zombies by t f via Flickr
Zombies! by Lex Monkey via Flickr
Zombie Barbies by Niall Kennedy via Flickr
Zombie Walk by Kevin Dooley via Flickr
zombie by ThaQeLa via Flickr
Thriller Macrosesion by dikarana via Flickr
Running Zombie by Bring Back Words via Flickr
A Better Tool by the Marmot via Flickr
Full mooooooon by Kit via Flickr
Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide by Neil Girling via Flickr
Doctor Science by JD Hancock via Flickr
Dominó by Aitor Osuna via Flickr
Even Zombies take Selﬁes by Mary Crandall by Flickr
Schrödinger's cat by Apoinid via Flickr