Personal Pattern BookUX teams will often create a pattern library over time. This collection of interaction patterns represents lessons learned and a sort of collective memory. It can enforce consistency across various parts of a large application, or it can help save time when developing new sites. But, what if you are a freelancer, or a team of one? Curating your own UX pattern library can help you as you move from project to project.

Jakup Linowski’s post on Personal Pattern Books is a good place to get started. He elaborates a bit more on the benefits, and provides a list of pattern resources to get you started.

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