Lightning Design Systemfor Native AppsBruno Fonzi, Ivan Bogdanov & Doug Lowder Salesforce
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Bruno FonziDirector of UX Engineering
+ Geek at heart!
Ivan BogdanovPrincipal UX Engineer
+ Astronaut at night!
Doug LowderEngineer, Sales Cloud (Notes)
+ Musician at Irish pubs!
Our touch points
How we work at Salesforce: Design/Engineering workflow
Cross Platform development challenges
Introduction to Lightning Design System
Tools and libraries
Demo: Sample Apps
Whats next? The future
UXCREATES & DEFINES DESIGN SYSTEM
Support Multiple Platforms & Devices
Better Designer + Developer Communication
Design PrinciplesIntentionally ordered by priority
clarityEliminate ambiguity. Enable people to see, understand, and act with confidence.
efficiencyStreamline and optimize workflows. Intelligently anticipate needs to help people work better, smarter, and faster.
consistencyCreate familiarity and strengthen intuition by applying the same solution to the same problem.
beautyDemonstrate respect for peoples time and attention through thoughtful and elegant craftsmanship.
Design TokensThe basic atoms of the Design System
Types of Design Tokens
Font Families, Sizes, & Weights
Colors for Background, Text, & Borders
Spacing & Sizing
Open source tool by Salesforce UX to generate Design Tokens
Theo JSON file converts to:
Color Swatches (Photoshop & Sketch)
"comment": "Body text"
// Body text
No more hard-coded values
Icons and FontAssets
Lightning Design System
Guidelines and design patterns
Consistency with the Salesforce UI
HTML components, CSS
Assets: Icons and font
Open Source! github.com/salesforce-ux
CocoaPods: Dependency manager
CocoaPods: InstallCocoaPods :Install cocoapods:
CocoaPods: Create or update Podfile text fileCocoaPods :Create or update Podfile text file:
CocoaPods: run pod install command
CocoaPods :run pod install command:
no need to modify plist automatically loaded fonts icons helper classes
Under the hood: Compiled static classes with enumUnder the hood:compiled static classes with enums:
Under the hood: UIFont, UIColor, UIImage CategoriesUnder the hood: UIFont, UIColor, UIImage Categories
XCode Auto CompleteXCode Auto Complete:
Sample Appgithub.com/salesforce-ux/design-system-ios/Sample App:github.com/salesforce-ux/design-system-ios/Demo
SALESFORCE NOTES DEMO APP
Limited demo showing Notes (new feature in Winter 16)
List of recent notes Can edit title and content Works offline High performance list
view using ComponentKit Sync and offline storage
uses Salesforce Mobile SDK
UI elements (fonts, icons, styles) from SF Design System
Notes Demo App overviewRoot view
Component Data Source Components
Salesforce Mobile SDK (SmartStore, SmartSync, REST API)
SF Design System
SF Design System
SF Design System
ComponentKit + POPAnimation
An Objective-C++ view framework for iOS Heavily inspired by React Functional, declarative approach to building UI Built to power Facebook's News Feed Now used throughout the Facebook app
What is Next?Tinkering of
Android library open-source Windows 8 support Components for iOS and Android (and web) Swift integration React Native integration
Documentation and APIslightningdesignsystem.com/native/ios
GitHub repo and sample codegithub.com/salesforce-ux/design-system-ios
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