Designing great user interfaces is all about communication.
Consistent, usable user interfaces get built when developers and designers communicate and share their ideas clearly. Patternry makes this happen.
Collect all your design resources in one place.
Build a pattern library that contains design patterns, wireframes, images, code snippets, links, and more. Patternry makes it easy for your designers and developers to start sharing their ideas and improve organization’s design knowledge.
Document good solutions and reuse them.
A pattern tells you what the solution is, when and why you should use it, and how to implement it. With a pattern library, you can share your good solutions for others to reuse.
Design patterns help create a common “design language” for your organization. This helps people discuss design. More discussion means better interface design. Pattern libraries are also a great way to educate the newcomers to your organization.
What does this all mean?
Consistent user interfaces.
Decreased design and development cycle times.
Design documentation that people actually use.
Increased design knowledge.
Supporting culture towards UX.
And a lot more…