Design Tokens Package
Paste Design System Tokens package with a number of different formats for Web, Mobile, and Sketch.
- Import from
@twilio-paste/core/design-tokens— or —
The Paste design tokens are available as a NPM package which acts as the central source of truth for Paste. By using this package correctly, you can rely on a well-maintained, up-to-date definition of Twilio's Design Language. A simple way to grab or view the latest files in this package is to visit UNPKG - @twilio-paste/design-tokens.
While the Paste Tokens Package supports the following formats, our roadmap currently prioritizes React Components and Sketch Libraries as primary deliverables of the Design System. Reach out to us at #help-design-system if you'd like to use Paste for another format: we'll help you out as much as we can!
Paste Design Tokens are supported in the following formats within this package:
- CSS custom properties
- Android XML
- iOS JSON
- Typescript definitions
- Sketch Palette
Paste supports multiple themes. This is done by exporting the same token formats for each theme. Each file in the root of the design tokens package is exported for each theme with the corresponding values updated for each token. This allows different parts of Twilio to have their own visual styles whilst still maintaining a consistent Twilio feel, coherent component behavior, and preventing Design System bloat. Here's an example of Themes:
|Paste (default) theme||Console theme||SendGrid theme|
|\$color-brand-highlight: #F22F46||\$color-brand-highlight: #F22F46||\$color-brand-highlight: #3368FA|
|\$font-weight-semibold: 600||\$font-weight-semibold: 500||\$font-weight-semibold: 600|
See our list of Tokens and their corresponding values in the Token List page.
Within themes, we presently have support for:
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