24. Which of the following statements are true about a company's design system?
- It is where all the high-fidelity prototypes are saved.
- It should not be shared with anyone but the UX designers.
- It is a user-facing guide that provides the brand’s mission and values.
- It can be used by multiple teams including designers and developers.
25. Imagine a designer joins a new company and needs to review the elements, components, and modules that designers use in their digital products. Which design system component should the designer consider to learn these rules?
26. In what way should a new designer on a team use the company’s design system? Select all that apply.
- To ensure their designs are consistent with the company’s brand
- To use as a starting point from which they can experiment with different colors or fonts not included in the design system
- To learn about why certain brand colors were chosen over others
- To familiarize themselves with the brand’s color palette and easily apply them to their designs
27. Beyond offering visual elements to copy and paste, what else might an open-source design system provide? Select all that apply.
- Links to outside resources like downloadable fonts and icons
- A library of every color palette that passes WCAG accessibility standards
- Guides on how to use the design elements effectively
- A guide for typical user flows
30. A team is assembling reusable elements and guidelines to be used for a product that follows agreed upon standards. Is this a design system?
31. What are some key benefits of using a design system? Select all that apply.
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33. A designer shared the company’s design system with the development team. What can the developers use the design system for?
- To find a written list of design changes that were implemented
- To document all the code needed for the product
- To list design errors for the design team to address
- To find the code to create elements or components included in the design system