When creating a component library, you must ensure that designers and stakeholders can find and use components during the design process. Just as important, a librarian must be prepared to manage what can become a growing collection. Invariably the conversation turns to how best to organize a library for the long term.
Adopting sound organizational principles enables the team to do the following:
Refer to items in a precise and succinct way in discussions, plans, screen designs, tests, assessments, and documentation.
Improve findability and retrieval during design so that designers navigate the library to choose components easily.
Establish a scalable framework to manage the library over time, extend the system, and store each ...