Consistency and impact with Design Systems​

Let’s create a stunning user experience with a flexible, interactive and easy to use design system. We will help you to built a foundation that will bring consistency and a seamless process of from concept to finished design of your products.

Design Systems
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Design System

What is a Design System?​

A design system is a collection of guidelines and reusable visual elements that is used to effectively create consistent and scalable designs for digital products, including all digital touchpoints. The system is made up of a detailed library of design components – like typography and color styles, as well as buttons, forms, menus, etc. – along with a set of rules on how and when to use them. Working with a design system ensures a cohesive brand identity and an optimal user experience across all digital platforms, which in turn builds trust with users. It also fosters effective teamwork and collaboration within a company.

Why choose us?

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We create design systems that integrate into your operational workflow from day one, minimizing set-up time and maximizing productivity.

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We build bespoke design systems that are tailored to fit the operational reality of your company, enabling smoother transitions and immediate implementation with no disruption to your existing processes.

Holistic Accessibility

We are meticulous in our consideration of diverse user scenarios and edge cases, so as to ensure that our design system creates inclusive and user-friendly products for all individuals, regardless of their background or ability.

4 reasons why you should use a Design System


Design systems establish a standardized visual language that fosters a cohesive look and reinforces brand identity.


Design systems offer a structured set of predefined elements. This leads to timesaving that allows designers to allocate more energy to creative problem-solving and enhancing user experiences.


Acting as a shared repository, design systems facilitate seamless cooperation between designers, developers and project stakeholders.


Well-structured design systems are built to accommodate growth and changes to products or services, providing a flexible foundation that can be extended or modified without compromising overall coherence.

Ready for your next Design System project?

No matter if you are scaling your design system or are struggling to start one, we will help you create a consistent single source of truth for the whole team.

How to start with a Design System

Research & Audit​

We analyze existing design assets, components and patterns. We identify what works well and what needs improvement. We also work according to industry best practices and benchmark against competitors or similar organizations.

Create Figma Library

Starting with Figma, we translate our discoveries into clear guidelines, components and refined design assets. These resources enhance design efficiency and streamline developer handoff that better expedite the progress of your project.

Design System​

A design system serves as more than just a library, it acts as a central hub where designers, developers and project stakeholders can easily locate and comprehend how to leverage the resources they need.

Our packages


Understanding the status quo and the design teams needs in order to deliver improvements.

- Audit
- Recommendations for action


Set up the foundations and define a road map for design library rollout.

- Audit
- Creation of design library in Figma
- Documentation


Deploy the design system and onboard new users.

- Role management
- Expansion of the existing design library
- Roll out within company
- Documentation
- Training

We are design system experts that combine our knowledge for the purpose of creating accessible products.

Designing for all

We believe that designers can build a fairer world by taking the needs of all into consideration – ensuring that as many people as possible have access to and use digital interfaces. We create inclusive designs by leveraging the power of Figma, from microcopy to color choices. Check out our Insights.

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Inclusive Design & Design for All

The aim at ENNOstudio is to always build products, environments and systems that are accessible to and usable for as many people as possible, regardless of their age, ability or social standing.


We make sure that content is readable for everyone; ensuring the best contrast ratio and applying the best typography rules.


We provide all the functionalities that allow people to operate via different input methods, such as by typing or by voice.


We don't use jargon that is too technical and make sure everyone feels considered; setting the correct language as primary.


We use web-standard code for compatibility across browsers, devices and effective interpretation by assistive tech.

This is how your Design Library could look

Check out our design library. We do our best to release resources to the Figma community on a regular basis. We provide hands-on design recommendations:
– Based on our extensive project experience
– That fit the current business reality

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Get your questions answered

If you need further help with your questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.

What is a Design System?​

A design system is a comprehensive and cohesive collection of interconnected design principles, guidelines and components. These elements together serve as a foundational framework for product development. A design system plays a crucial role in ensuring consistency, efficiency and collaboration across all aspects of design and the development processes.

How to get started with a design system?

Getting started with a design system involves a strategic and phased approach. It begins with a thorough audit of existing design assets and the documenting of design principles, and then it involves engaging key stakeholders to gather insights and get alignment on the goals and values of the system. After that, it’s about establishing a foundational set of guidelines and patterns with a focus on commonly used UI elements. Components are then gradually introduced with iterations based on feedback, which ensures cross-functional collaboration between designers and developers. The design system is then regularly reviewed and updated to accommodate evolving product needs and to maintain its industry relevance.

How to use a design system?

To effectively use a design system you should start by familiarizing yourself with its documentation and guidelines. Also, ensure that all team members are aware of the design principles, UI patterns and components outlined in the system. You then implement the system consistently across projects – leveraging its modular components to streamline development. Be sure to encourage collaboration – utilizing the shared language provided by the design system – between designers and developers. And, to ensure ongoing relevance and coherence, always regularly update and refine the system based on user feedback and evolving project requirements.

Who is a design system for?

A design system is primarily meant for design and development teams within an organization. It serves as a shared resource for them by providing guidelines, principles and components that they can use to create consistent and cohesive user interfaces. Developers benefit from having a design system as it offers a ready-made toolkit of code components that ensure efficient and standardized implementation. Additionally, product managers and other stakeholders find value in a design system because it aligns teams, facilitates communication and maintains brand consistency across digital products.

Where to document the design system?

Documenting a design system is crucial for its effective use and maintenance. Commonly, this is done via a centralized platform accessible to the entire team. This could be a dedicated website, a digital platform like Confluence or GitHub, or even a collaborative tool like Figma. The chosen documentation platform should be navigable for all and include sections for design principles, guidelines, UI components and code snippets. The documentation should be regularly updated to reflect changes and additions to the design system. In this way you can make sure that it remains a reliable and up-to-date resource for designers and developers alike.

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