The use of design patterns in enterprise-level businesses can significantly increase the certainty of the R&D team, save unnecessary design and maintain system consistency, allowing designers to focus on creativity where it is most needed.
Design patterns adhere to Ant Design design values and provide a general solution to recurring design issues in enterprise products. The designer can directly use the design pattern to complete the interface design, or the design pattern can be used as a starting point to derive a more business-specific solution to meet the individual design needs.
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The complete design pattern will include examples of templates, components (ETC), and general-purpose concepts:
Function example: Consists of multiple templates to inspire users how to use and build a common feature.
Template: A page-level example that inspires users how to build a typical page in a system, such as a detail page.
Basic components: The most basic elements of the system, such as buttons and pagers.
Business components/modules: Block-level examples, typically consisting of multiple components, such as the PageHeader generic header.
General concepts: Some conventions that guarantee ETC systematization, such as typesetting, fonts, and copywriting.
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Axure Library: Axure resource packs are included with the code to make your prototype look like a visual draft, including templates, components, and more.