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To start assembling your design language we recommend creating a Kit containing your team's brand assets since everyone in your organization needs to access those. Here's some directions to help you get started.
Create a Kit called "Brand Kit"
Create a Section within that Kit called "Logos"
If you have different types of logos use Headings to visually separate the different types of logos
If you want to provide contextual information on how to use the logos insert a note alongside your assets
Create a Section called "Colors"
After this step your Lingo should look something like this 👇
Finally it's time to use your design language. Here are some things to try out.
Drag n drop or copy n paste an asset from the Mac app into a content creation program like Illustrator, Keynote or Google Slides.
Drag n drop an alternate file cut from the Mac app into a content creation program like Illustrator, Keynote or Google Slides.
Copy a HEX value from a color swatch
If you've worked through all these steps you now have a good overview of how Lingo can help you establish and distribute a shared design language. If you'd like to continue to explore Lingo's functionality here are some additional articles that might interest you.