TELUS Design System
As of April 2020, the TELUS Design System will be maintained with reduced capacity until further notice. Full details are available on the TELUS Slack.
Please see our contact us page for more information on how to get support.
At this time, we highly encourage teams to use existing TDS components, and continue sharing UI patterns to drive consistent digital customer experiences.
The TELUS Design System (TDS) is a set of living guidelines that communicates our brand promise through our digital experiences. It's a holistic platform that integrates code, documentation, guidelines, and design management. Serving as a single source for our digital design guidelines, code patterns, and UI elements.
TDS is intended for use by TELUS employees and approved partners.
To view recent and past announcements, see our Announcements page.
Getting started guides
If you're new to utilizing the Telus Design System, check out the getting started guide.
If you are a developer who wants to contribute to TDS, please see the developer contributor guide.
If you are a designer who wants to contribute to TDS, please see the designer contributor guide.
TDS V2: Split Components to V3: Styled Components migration
TDS V3: Styled Components is due to arrive on July 1st, 2019! Check out our migration guide for information on how to prepare your application for the upgrade from V2: Split Components.
TDS V1.0.0 to V2: Split Components migration
If you're already on V1.y.z of
@telusdigital/tds, please follow our migration guide for upgrading to split components.
TDS V0.y.z to V1.0.0 migration
If you're on V0.y.z of
@telusdigital/tds, please follow our migration guide for upgrading to V1.y.z.
To view the technical documentation for the components, see the component catalogue.
To view documentation from a previous version, copy this URL into your browser's address bar, changing the version at the end to the desired version: http://telus-design-system-docs.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/v0.34.0/.
Feel free to contact us for any support-related queries.