One of the biggest challenges in digital product development today is the time it takes to design something of quality. Many designers insist on creating a custom design system for each project they take on, regardless of how well other conventions they've previously created might fit the current project. Recreating a design system might scratch your designer's creative itch, but it’s not the most efficient way to get through the design process.

The good news is you don’t have to sacrifice high quality design in order to save time on your design projects. You simply have to adopt a pattern-matching mentality. What insights have you learned from previous projects that can apply to the challenge at hand?

In this webinar, we’ll explore ways to speed up the design of your digital product design projects. Through this hour with us, you’ll learn:

  • How to diagnose what’s slowing things down (people, process, or politics).
  • How to deal with common issues.
  • How to speed the process up where possible.
About your guide:

Photo of Mike Dick - Design Systems Lead, SurveyMonkey

Mike Dick - Design Systems Lead, SurveyMonkey

A design-engineer solving large-scale design system problems. Mike leads the design systems team at SurveyMonkey, where they’re building next-generation design tools that merge the gap between design and engineering.

Previously, he led design systems at Quora and Twitch. He co-founded two startups, nvite (acquired by Eventbrite) and Cage (acquired).