Implementing an Enterprise Design System the Red Hat Way
Design systems are a powerful tool in any company’s arsenal. They provide consistency, support brand recognition, and streamline the design process itself. There are many benefits, but implementing systems across a large product portfolio can be cumbersome for the most nimble of teams.
"Red Hat’s Front End team has built a multi-use toolkit for implementing a design system within Drupal..."
Come and learn how one of Red Hat’s Front End teams has built a multi-use toolkit for implementing design systems within Drupal, including PatternFly, Red Hat’s open-source design system based on Bootstrap. See how products from OpenShift, to interactive Drupal partner toolkits, and even RedHat.com’s Drupal marketing site all utilize parts of the same-style implementations - ensuring each adheres to Red Hat’s corporate branding and design standard.
You will leave the room with a clear understanding of massive-scale design systems implementation and a Drupal-compatible toolkit to take your design systems to the next level.
- Design Systems, Philosophy, and Frameworks
- Atomic Design
- SASS + Twig / Nunjucks + JSON Schema Pattern stack
- UI Patterns Drupal Module
- PatternKit Drupal Module
Derek Reese is a self-directed full-stack developer experienced with enterprise software and pipeline development and has been working with Drupal since Drupal 5. Derek has experience speaking at both Drupal Camps and to private audiences. He’s helped present everything from new technology pipelines to film pitches.
- Florida DC 2017 - Front-End Components in Drupal Core & Contrib
- Asheville DC 2016 - Building Drupal Sites with Components
- Drupalcon NOLA 2016 - Theme Driven Development
- Mediacurrent E-book - Intranets the Drupal Way
- Mediacurrent E-book - How to Prepare Your Website for Drupal 8
- PNWDS 2015, FLDC 2016 - A Successful Drupal Development Pipeline
- Mediacurrent - Misc Blog Posts