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How to Create Design Principles You’ll Actually Use

Everyone on your team should have the same definition of ‘great’

YYour design team is growing. Fast. Everyone is moving in different directions. Nobody is using the same design tool. Nobody is using the same icon file. They’re not even using the same hex codes. It’s the Wild West out here. And everyone is wearing Warby Parkers.




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Jason Marder

Jason Marder

Design @ Stripe. Previously redesigned Gusto. Life enthusiast. Lover of all things delicious.

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