We’re excited to introduce the first book of its kind, DesignOps Handbook, to the DesignBetter.Co library.
As companies mature and invest in design, they need to operationalize workflow, hiring, alignment between teams, and more, so designers can focus on design work. DesignOps is key to efficiently scaling digital product design teams.
This book was co-written by experts Dave Malouf (DesignOps Summit), Meredith Black (Pinterest), Collin Whitehead (Dropbox), and Kate Battles (Fitbit), and edited by Gregg Bernstein (Vox)—and covers topics from explaining DesignOps to knowing when and how to put DesignOps into play.
Flip through the DesignOps Handbook now.
Together, these contributors have created the essential guide to understanding how these centralized services and systems help grow integrated, high-functioning teams. We hope it’s a valuable, go-to resource for you and your team as you grow and make design-led decisions.
Share which chapter you plan to apply to your team’s workflow first. Can’t wait to hear what you think!
Read the DesignOps Handbook.
P.s. And yes, we do have plans to print these books in the future—stay tuned!
@clarkvalberg Hey Clark! Awesome Stuff ! Do you have the book in a more offline friendly form ? :-)
@clarkvalberg This (and the others) is begging for ePub format!
@clarkvalberg @ptitben Soon we're releasing an epub version of the Design Systems Handbook, and we'll do the same for DesignOps Handbook as well. More details to come.
@clarkvalberg link is down
@clarkvalberg @aarron Like we say here in the UK: amazeballs ! Thanks !
@clarkvalberg @jamie_ross High traffic took the servers down briefly but all is ok now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
@jamie_ross thanks for reporting that. We hit a snag with load. It is back up.
@clarkvalberg Do you plan to do an ePub version?
This is so excellent. Those illustrations hooked me in, I'm loving the content as I'm digging in and the structure of it is so cool too. A really great model for interactive, long-form articles. Great work!
@hellochriscole Thanks, Chris :)
Dang, this is just wonderful. As someone who didn’t study design in college but is very interested and has tried to more deeply integrate design into my team’s work, I’m beyond thankful for resources such as this from DesignBetter.Co and InVision. Thank you for the free education!