Modular and Bulletproof User Interfaces

Delivering design as a style guide and a pattern library while keeping your design process — bulletproof.

Working with bigger projects is often a challenge from the design standpoint. It’s important to optimise the design phase so that we can easily keep track of different interface elements across the site. Building an interface inventory is often the first step, with style guide and pattern libraries following the design process — serving as the project foundation. The final deliverable is always HTML and CSS, in form of building blocks and components that will allow you to easily build new templates and test for different use–case scenarios while your design remains bulletproof — even with future updates.

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Lucijan Blagonić

Lucijan is a designer — always ready to experiment with new technologies and try out different approaches for specific problems. He might occasionally design a logo in Illustrator but his natural habitat is the browser. It’s where he is most comfortable — working with HTML & CSS, adjusting whitespace, colours, typography and tinkering with interfaces until it feels easy enough to use. He is especially interested in accessibility aspects of designing websites.

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