Setting up a design system for product design
A design system is a collection of reusable components, guided by clear standards, that can be assembled together to build any number of applications. But what are the best ways of setting a design system for your product? Join us live to learn cool lifehacks by Design Advocates from Sketch
Format: online lecture based on the best practices, tips, and hot insights. We’ll have a Questions & Answers session in the end — bring your questions
Where to find the event? When the event starts, we will publish a video on our LIFT99 pages and on the event page itself.
YouTube option will be also available. We will share a link a bit later.
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- Francesco Bertocci — a strategic designer, with a passion for people, interactivity, design, and productivity. He’s lived and worked in Rome, Milan, and New York City where he’s been living since 2004. He’s a Design Advocate and an Ambassador at Sketch. Over the past 20 years, he’s worked at large and small agencies, startups, and corporations as Creative Director and Product Designer. He has trained teams and helped them make sure they can be as efficient as possible. He also runs the Design & Prototype Meetup in NYC.
- Matteo Gratton — is a Design Advocate at Sketch, after being VP, Experience Designer at Barclays Corporate Banking, and heading Design at Midas Consoles (Music Tribe) for 4 years. Matteo has a passion for technology and the arts, in particular music, visual arts, and literature. He’s been very interested in and working on Design Systems and has been motivated to search for new and better ways to design and develop IT projects – focusing on B2B, enterprise, and very specialized professional projects – for a while. Matteo likes to define himself as an agnostic designer. Hates big words but has to use them as keeping everyone on the same page is key.