We have made the Lens Design System available to the wider university and beyond.
Our aim is to encourage a consistent design approach across all our web-based systems.
Options for using Lens
- Link directly to the live CSS at
- Copy site.css and add bespoke rules as required
- Create bespoke stylesheet(s) that 'mimics' Lens styling but is not actually linked to it
- Edit the Sass and then compile a bespoke version of Lens
Who's currently using Lens?
|What||Primary contact||How are they using the Lens styles?||Will it break if we update Lens?||Is it live?|
|bath.ac.uk||Dan Dineen / Tegan Male||Links to the live Lens||No||Yes|
|Funnelback||Dan Dineen / Tegan Male||Links to the live Lens||No||Yes|
|Moodle static update page||Hittesh Ahuja||Links to the live Lens||Possibly, depending on the HTML used||No - 3rd quarter 2018|
(only for a few weeks)
|Alumni (NetCommunity)||Rachel Skerry||Compiled version of Lens css||No||No - 3rd quarter 2018|
|Jobs.firstname.lastname@example.org||Bespoke CSS 'mimicking' Lens||No||No - 3rd quarter 2018|
|School of Management||Rayner Simpson||-||-||No - 4th quarter 2018|
|Wiley (Online MSc)|
Bespoke CSS 'mimicking' Lens
Changes to the header and footer need to be communicated to Sophie.
They are using the Lens palette for certain software applications.
If the palette is significantly updated we should inform Peter of the changes.