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The Washington Post Makes Its Design System Open-Source For Public Use


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Creatives and developers, heads up! The Washington Post has debuted a new open-source design platform, making its codes and features available to the public for the first time.

Called the Washington Post Design System (WPDS), the growing library houses design tokens and interactive components used on the publication’s website, which has enabled its designers to create modular, elegant, and accessible digital products for readers that remain consistent across its numerous channels. 

According to the blog post, this system not only allows the newsroom and backend to move in sync within an ever-changing news cycle, but also “keeps the platform nimble, current, and competitive.” 

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