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very difficult process. They are generally prioritised below the maintenance of your applications themselves and as such are likely the first candidates to fall behind and the last to be brought out of tech debt.

This is bad because once your Style Guide falls out of sync with your application(s) it has entirely lost its purpose. It is no longer a trustworthy representation of the state of your UI and will quickly fall out of favour with the design and development team.

This is bad because Style Guides are more than a nicety for developers to show off their style. Done properly, they can be a collaboration tool bridging design and development teams as well as a tool to break down the user interface into its component parts rather than than thinking about it as a whole or as a series of pages. They also serve as a resource for new designers and developers to locate existing patterns for further use.
Styleguide  CSS3  Webcomponents 
yesterday by macario

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