Color5:54 with Anwar Montasir
Design systems provide color documentation for three reasons: to limit the number of colors implemented by designers, to define context for color usage, and to make sure colors are used in an accessible manner.
Hexadecimal values: six-character alphanumeric code used by developers to specify proportions of red, green, and blue in a color
Design token: when individual design language elements are purposefully defined for rapid, cross-platform developer implementation
Semantics: making decisions based on content meaning, not just presentation
Color contrast ratio: numbers comparing the contrast of the foreground color and background color to measure accessibility
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