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What was the design language used by Google prior to modern Material design?

You can still find it in very few places. Like Google Groups (see example). But even that, understandably, is getting a redesign, one that hides quite a bit of functionality and seems to dispose ...
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What parts does a design system have, how to support development? some documentation with step by step examples uu [closed]

I'm just starting in the world of ux, I would like to know what a design system has I have read but I still don't understand, the only thing I have been able to do is create some components in figma ...
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Why are design patterns normally not included as part of a design system?

I have seen many front-end development frameworks that are simple a collection of UI components and page layouts to be used by developers to build new applications. However, it should come as no ...
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Differences between Japanese and Western UX, specially button position

I'm doing a research on the best practices to create a friendly UX on Japanese/Western websites. One thing I noticed (I'm not sure if is common and a Japanese pattern) is the button positions, ...
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How is a 'design language' or design system' different from a style guide or pattern library? [duplicate]

Google calls material design their 'design language'. IBM and Airbnb also call what seems like a style guide a design language or design system. What's exactly the difference? From what I see at a ...
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Make a difference between system language and application language in iOS

Is it a best practice to make a difference between system language and application language? For example, you have a phone with English system language, but you want to receive push notifications ...
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How would one go about designing a linguistic tone in copywriting?

For example, a startup might have more of a conversational or playful tone, a law office might be more serious and straight to the point. Obviously this affects the users interpretation of the site. I ...
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Avoiding offensive language in publishing App

I am working on a mobile app that allows the users create long videos picking up small clips. Then the user selects a title for the video and it is published in different networks (Facebook, Youtube, ...
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What are the benefits of investing in Design Guidelines (Design Language)?

My company is questioning the need of establishing a common Design Language (guidelines, information architecture, visual design, etc). I have hard time conveying what is the value (business value) in ...
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A higher order design language for UX [closed]

These days the digital design space doesn't just involve individual apps interacting with the user. A number of different technologies and trends has led to the prevalence of frameworks such as IFTTT ...
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