Product design · Design system · Branding · Webdesign
Filling out a contact form to get a product demo is so last decade. What you get is a couple of auto-generated emails, and, if you’re lucky, someone reaches out, but only after days have passed.
What a drag, right? Not for Chili Piper, who turned it into a profitable business. The recipe? Qualify the leads, connect them with the right salespeople and schedule meetings within a click.
The question they asked us was how to scale these ideas into a suite of productivity apps dedicated to revenue teams. Here’s our answer.
Mikołaj — Product Designer
As our design team and product range grew, things got tricky. We had to build a design system, which would make us design consistent solutions, faster.
We created it in parallel with our main projects. And, no surprise, it worked just as promised. But we weren’t the only people excited about the investment.
The developers mirrored our components and tokens. That let them write front-end code in no time. With faster development, we met our goals and launched the MVPs on schedule.
Even more benefits of the design system became clear once more stakeholders joined the process. In the old way, they had to wait for us to visualize their ideas. Now, they could use the components library to outline their concepts without reinventing the design language.
From Dreamforce 2019, Chili Piper, the Sales tech pioneer known for its smart scheduling solutions, announced the launch of the first email inbox specifically designed for account executives and account managers.
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