Draft U.S. Web Design Standards | UI components


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U.S. Web Design Standards Documentation | Announcing version 1.0 An official website of the United States government The .gov means it’s official. Federal…
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6 days ago by leeomara
After a year and a half of development and user research, we’re officially launching version 1.0 of the U.S. Web Design Standards.
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7 days ago by blake
UI components The .gov means it’s official. Federal government websites always use a .gov or .mil domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar. via Pocket
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8 days ago by jeremyday
RT : First official major release of U.S. Web Design Standards:
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20 days ago by graftedin
RT : Congrats to on the 1.0 release of the U.S. Web Design Standards! We’re happy that Bourbon & Neat play a part:
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27 days ago by bibinex
“We’re here to help.” This should be every government agency’s motto. Thanks !
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27 days ago by jonesdlwa
U.S. Web Design Standards released version 1.0! 🎉🇺🇸🎉🇺🇸
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27 days ago by ideasatrandom
Great work, too. Web UI Components:
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6 weeks ago by mgifford
Welcome to the Draft U.S. Web Design Standards! Here, you'll find open-source UI components and visual styles to create beautiful, consistent experiences across federal government websites.
USDS  design  styleguide  style  guide 
9 weeks ago by fjordaan
Apparently the U.S. government has web design standards?
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november 2016 by hillary
Built by 18F and USDS, the US Web Design Standards are “open-source UI components and visual styles to create beautiful, consistent experiences across federal government websites.”
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september 2016 by beep
These Draft U.S. Web Design Standards include open-source UI components and visual styles for creating beautiful, consistent experiences across federal government websites. It includes standards for typography, colors, grid, buttons, labels, form controls and templates, and more.
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july 2016 by brianika
"Welcome to the Draft U.S. Web Design Standards! Here, you'll find open-source UI components and visual styles to create beautiful, consistent experiences across federal government websites."
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july 2016 by stumax
Welcome to the Draft U.S. Web Design Standards! Here, you'll find open-source UI components and visual styles to create beautiful, consistent experiences across federal government websites. If you're new to the Standards, head over to our Getting started page for more information.
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july 2016 by ericwbailey
RT : It’s here! v 0.9.6 of the Draft U.S. Web Design Standards features big upgrades to the site (and more)
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july 2016 by adrianh
RT @dudleystorey: A website style guide for the entire U.S. government: cc @smashingmag
july 2016 by leonbarnard
Look at this beautiful typography: , , you're rockstars!
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july 2016 by sboots
Draft U.S. Web Design Standards
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july 2016 by nn
A great set of standards that highlight good design, accessibility, and more for government sites
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july 2016 by ste
RT : Proud to share the new site design for Draft U.S. Web Design Standards! 🎉🎉
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july 2016 by lanebecker
RT : Proud to share the new site design for Draft U.S. Web Design Standards! 🎉🎉
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july 2016 by charisse
Proud to share the new site design for Draft U.S. Web Design Standards! 🎉🎉
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july 2016 by tlafleur
US Web Design Standards

Open source UI components and visual style guide
#a11y #accessibility #webdesign
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may 2016 by darkgoyle
Open source UI components and visual style guide to create consistency and beautiful user experiences across U.S. federal government websites
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may 2016 by johnstok