Better User Interfaces and More Focus

Patternry brings designers & developers on the same page and gives them the building blocks
for creating consistent interfaces faster.

Pattern library, component library, living
style guide…

With Patternry you can build anything from a simple style guide to complete pattern library with all the design elements and code you need. What ever you want to do, Patternry makes it easy to get started and gives you powerful tools to manage content and collaborate with your team and partners.

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Flexible Patterns

There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution for a perfect pattern. We provide flexibility based on your needs. The patterns can contain design guidelines to describe the idea, HTML, CSS and JavaScript to bring the patterns alive. Screenshots, wireframes and PSDs visualize the solutions. You can also add links and code snippets to further help implement the pattern. Every pattern comes with a comment section to help discussion and communication.

Design and Build in Browser

You can skip PhotoShop and go straight into HTML/CSS to visualize your patterns. Using HTML, CSS & JavaScript in your patterns brings them to life. Implementing the pattern is easy as you can just copy & paste the markup and styles to your project/product.

Real interaction over endless documentation

Using Patternry means less documentation and less pixel perfection in separate design tools. Patterns come with real, working examples that don’t need any explanation on the details or how the interaction works. Patterns streamline the design process and embraces collaboration and communication.

Collapsible Group Red
Red is the color of blood, a ruby, and strawberries. It is next to orange at the end of the visible spectrum of light, and is commonly associated with danger, sacrifice, passion, fire, beauty, blood, anger, socialism and communism, and in China and many other cultures, with happiness.
Collapsible Group Blue
The color violet takes its name from the violet flower.[1] On the traditional color wheel used by painters, it is located between blue and red. In the spectrum of light instead, it is located in the frequencies below of blue, the farthest away possible from red, having a wavelength of approximately 380–450 nm.
Collapsible Group Green
The colour orange takes its name from the orange fruit. On the spectrum of light, and in the traditional colour wheel used by painters, it is located between red and yellow.
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You can export a single pattern, a pattern library or your entire workspace as PDF.

Pattern starter kit

Kickstart your pattern library with ready-made patterns and customize them to fit your specific needs.