Archives for the tag: ADG

Design Guidelines 1.4 Released

The Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) has an exciting new release. We've polished some old things, created some new things and have made the whole experience of using our guidelines even better. What's in the release? Forms The old forms page was heavily visited but not very helpful. We've overhauled the forms page making it more robust and easier to use. Included is a new way to validate forms and tooltip/help design that helps clean up our form layouts and allows users to focus on their

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ADG 1.3 is here, with new colors and charts

The Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG) have been a little quiet since we last published an update back in July 2013. The design team has been working on a lot of new things for our customers and some of those are now available in this release of the ADG. What's in the release Color palette We've tweaked the primary palette yellow slightly, and included a new set of secondary colors for charts. Charts Reports need high-quality charts to be effective, so we've put together guidelines

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JIRA 6: Auto look and feel

JIRA 6 is the biggest release of JIRA in three years. One of the big changes is the introduction of the Atlassian Design Guidelines (ADG). The biggest benefit of this improvement is a consistent look and feel across JIRA as well as other Atlassian applications that support ADG, including Confluence and Stash. All three applications use similar design and workflow patterns that users can follow within and between applications. In addition, JIRA has a new look and feel configurator that makes it

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