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Using Jekyll for rapid prototyping

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Lucas Lemonnier As a front-end designer, I increasingly find myself working on UI/UX projects and design systems (styleguides). There is no debating the fact that the toolset, frameworks, and configuration for front-end projects have gotten pretty complex: Gulp, Webpack, transpilers, PostCSS, CMS, Servers… the list goes on and changes frequently. Some or all of these will be necessary for building out a validated project, but during the design/experimental stage I really like to keep things lean. Straightforward HTML/CSS/JS allows

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