About a month ago from today, I started working on a design system for my own personal projects. I wanted to create my own design language because the rest of them just felt too complex, too outdated, or too branded (for example Bootstrap is too old, Material UI is too Google-y).
I wanted a design system that wasn’t too complicated or special but just something that’s unbranded and aesthetically pleasing.
Anyway 30 days from realizing that, I have a design system I’m ready to share!
It’s called “Hacker UI” and I’m currently pitching it as “the hacker’s go-to design system” (similar to how Bootstrap was a go-to).
- 25+ components
- 25+ codesandbox examples
- New CSS-in-JS solution
- Composable styles by default
- Full Typescript support
There’s still a lot to be done with this library (optimizations, SSR support, CI and testing, animations etc) but I’m still super excited to share.
Please let me know what you think!
[docs at hacker-ui.com](https://hacker-ui.com/)
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Reminded me a lot of BaseWeb (https://baseweb.design/) when I first looked at the components. But this looks a bit lighter-weight to use which makes it more accessible IMO.