The Procensol UX Framework enables developers to take control of the design process and build applications within Appian utilising the insights and methods proven by the wider web design community; to put design and user experience at the core of applications, and to share or devolve design responsibility to suit the project or team structure.
It enables teams of any size to quickly construct or integrate with a client’s design system; to bring the user interface components and user experience concepts together into a standardised and documented design language. The framework wraps and extends selected Appian objects, and provides a ‘separation of concerns’ to allow one or more dedicated designers the ability to control layout, colour, typography and other design concerns centrally whilst leaving developers free to consume design objects and focus on the technical solution.
The framework comprises two Appian applications, one for ‘components’ and one for ‘examples’. The first of these contains the simple elements, the wrapped and extended Appian components that represent the core UI toolkit. These elements can be cloned, refined, and adapted for use in any situation. The second contains a site that is built using the UI components. This demonstrates how to use the components to build out a design system – a living document where patterns can be designed and tested and that developers can reference whilst building applications.
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