Learn how to start designing using the Nulogy Design System (NDS).
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To be effective at using the Nulogy Design System designers should familiarize themselves with the basics of NDS visual language. The following articles provide a good starting point:
Creating a project in Abstract creates Sketch file and makes an initial commit to the master branch. By default, all projects are visible to all members of Nulogy organization. More about projects can be found here.
To get access to NDS component symbols, and colour and layer styles you need to link the NDS-ui-kit.sketch library from the NDS project to your project. More about libraries can be found here.
Edits to Sketch files are done in the new branch that is created in Abstract. More about branching can be found here.
It’s helpful to have Nudging settings and Grid settings adjusted to NDS’s spacing scale.
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To keep design updates traceable changes should be committed after each meaningful change. More about committing can be found here.
When the design is approved (Process TBD) it should be merged into the parent branch or master. More about merging can be found here.