Shopify expands Polaris to include merchant to customer content
Shopify has published expanded guidelines for its design system Polaris that encompasses what it calls “merchant to consumer content.”
- This covers parts of the Shopify experience that consumers have direct contact with — but the content represents the merchant rather than Shopify.
- Perhaps most notably, this includes the online store checkout pages, which are notoriously locked down for all Shopify store owners who aren’t using the enterprise level “Plus” platform.
- It also covers shipping update emails, return labels and emails and point of sale elements such as digital receipts and payment errors.
- The full guidelines are available here.