Siena is a design system conceived and developed for the next generation line of software. It was created to convey a modern and technological look and feel, unify the UX and UI across all the software as well create a solid technological base to develop frontend faster and more consistently at a fraction of the cost.
Siena is composed of more than 45 UI Components, dark and white visual schemes a variety of custom colour themes and an extended online documentation and playground making life easier for every front-end developer and designer. This design system is currently being used to develop the Communication Service Provider (CSP) Portal also developed by Finecortex.
Internet of Things.
User experience design.
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