Helios, HashiCorp’s new open source design system, offers a peek into how we create our product UIs.
Two HashiCorp engineers discuss accessible design and engineering at HashiCorp, from overall principles to the tools we use.
At HashiCorp, we’ve built feedback into the Product Design team by way of critique sessions. What follows here is a run-down of our critique process, as well as some takeaways from the first year of design critiques at HashiCorp.
This is a reflection on our relatively new design apprenticeship program. We hope our process and insights can help other organizations considering a similar program.
At HashiCorp, we practice versioning through codification, the belief that all processes should be written, versioned, and shared. And it’s not strictly an engineering mindset; our designers are doing it too. In that spirit, we’re sharing how we updated HashiCorp Consul’s Web UI.
We are excited to announce the release of HashiCorp Consul 1.1. Consul is a tool for service discovery and runtime configuration for distributed applications and infrastructure.