It’s always fun to see how the skilled UX designers at SalesforceUX tackle a print project. Their most recent project, designed by Christopher Auyeung, is a series of brightly colored notebooks with geometric shapes. We worked with them on a palette of custom inks that would complement each other and really pop on the chipboard covers.
The notebooks were created to celebrate the release of The Design System, a new tool from SalesforceUX that helps developers build apps on their platform. Says Christopher of the new tool:
The Design System is a tool that helps us document the Salesforce design language (our various visual and interaction design patterns) and provides a CSS framework to help developers who are building apps on the Salesforce platform to easily design experiences that will fit seamlessly into the Salesforce ecosystem. We printed these notebooks to give away at Dreamforce, our annual customer conference, to celebrate the public release of the Design System.
Dreamforce is an annual conference held in San Francisco which gathers thousands of people from a range of industries to share innovative ideas and learn skills to increase productivity. The conference is organized by Salesforce, and SalesforceUX used these custom Scout Books to represent their branch.