PatternFly has introduced two new fonts

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PatternFly has introduced two new fonts, Red Hat Text and Red Hat Display. These new fonts improve the performance and legibility at any type size. They are also designed to support more browsers than the current Overpass font. To learn more, check out the Red Hat typography standards. The new font is available in the… Read more »

How do different PatternFly visual themes affect navigation performance, perception, and preference?

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The UXD Research team recently conducted a study to explore differences between light and dark visual themes for PatternFly’s navigation component. Previous research on this topic yielded inconclusive results, so the PatternFly team wanted to follow-up on that study to determine if meaningful differences in performance, perception, or preference existed or not between the two… Read more »

Button placement on forms

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After careful research and consideration, the latest version of PatternFly is introducing a new standard for buttons, recommending left-alignment for button groups in forms, with primary buttons always appearing as the first button in the button group. This approach is being applied across components like form, wizard, and modal, and the updates will be rolled… Read more »

PatternFly 4 version rc.2

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PatternFly 4 version rc.2 is live! We’ve added a bunch of features and improvements with our latest release. Check out what’s new and changed: What’s new – Refined and improved charting in React now available on the website – Improved TypeScript support – updated 23 components that were using handcrafted d.ts files to natively written… Read more »

PatternFly 4 is here!

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PatternFly was built to drive product consistency and unify teams. With its guidelines, standards, and code, PatternFly has made it possible to scale usable and consistent design across the entire company. We’re excited to announce the official launch of PatternFly 4! An updated look We’ve completely revamped the look and feel of the system to… Read more »

New PatternFly 4 Beta Release

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We’re excited to announce a new beta release of PatternFly 4! PatternFly 4 introduces updates to our visual language along with improvements to modularity, accessibility, and responsiveness. This beta milestone represents the hard work of our Red Hat UXD team combined with fantastic support and feedback from our product teams. This release includes breaking changes… Read more »

PatternFly 4 beta is here!

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We’re excited to announce the beta release of PatternFly 4! PatternFly 4 introduces updates to our visual language along with improvements to modularity, accessibility, and responsiveness. The beta milestone represents the hard work of our PatternFly team combined with fantastic support and feedback from our product teams. With this beta, we delivered a prioritized set… Read more »

Introducing the PatternFly Forum

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The PatternFly team is always looking for new ways to improve communication with the PatternFly community. A while back, we sent out a survey to get a better understanding of how you want to receive information and share feedback. We got responses from 22 people, a mix of designers and developers, and discovered that 70%… Read more »

JS Framework for PatternFly 4

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After lengthy discussion, the PatternFly team has chosen React as the JS implementation for PatternFly 4. We want to stress that we will continue to maintain our current PatternFly 3 Angular repos (angular-patternfly and patternfly-ng). The JS framework question has gotten a lot of attention, so we wanted to talk a bit about how we… Read more »

PatternFly 4 Migration Update

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As development on our shiny new design system continues to push forward, we wanted to share a quick update about migration for existing users of PatternFly 3. Let’s dive in. What’s the plan? This is the question we get most frequently, and we’re still working to fully flesh out tooling and best practices. Here’s what… Read more »