What to expect
- Step-by-step installation guides
- Comprehensive migration resources for J.P. Morgan teams
- Components and patterns that are tested against WCAG 2.1 AA
- Theming and rebranding support
- Responsiveness as standard
- Hooks, utilities and design tokens
- Modular building blocks
- A lightweight, efficient codebase
Design and develop
Follow our step-by-step process to access our Figma libraries. If you’re a developer, we show you how to install and start using the Salt packages.
Browse our components
Our suite of UI components is built with accessibility in mind. Each component is thoroughly tested before release and optimized for multiple use cases.
Find out how we prioritize our work, see which components and patterns are planned for delivery in the coming months, and get updates about the Salt site and legacy UI Toolkit.
In a nutshell, we’ve done this before.
The team behind Salt created the J.P Morgan UI Toolkit, a design system that’s used and trusted by internal product owners, visual and UX designers, developers, content specialists and more.
The UI Toolkit has a proven track record of increasing efficiency, ensuring design consistency and driving significant cost savings for product teams. It provides a robust component set, business patterns and sample apps as well as usage, design, content and accessibility guidance. All of this work is the foundation on which we plan to improve and migrate to Salt.
Eventually, Salt will provide everything you need to create consistent, fully accessible, beautifully designed user interfaces.