Flexbox For Interfaces All The Way: Tracks Case Study

Flexbox For Interfaces All The Way: Tracks Case Study

The philosophy of atomic design can be thought of as small LEGO-like pieces constructed together to form a larger distinctive part of an interface. Scientific terms such as organism, atom and molecule are used to enable developers to categorize pieces of the interface in order to gain a deeper understanding of each part of the whole. This type of categorization creates an opportunity for the identification of these patterns and prevents outside influences such as grids, colors, and spacing from disrupting the goal, which is to identify patterns. Building from a microscopic level allows for a wider distribution of these parts throughout the interface.

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