The design systems between us | Ethan Marcotte

Put another way: what kind of decisions does your technical stack make about who’s allowed to contribute to the front-end?

Have design systems helped bridge the gap between designers and developers? Probably not. Is part of that potentially the increasing complexity of frontend build tooling? Possibly. Design and development tooling does impact workflows on both sides of that (probably problematic) divide.

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