About Aggie UX

Aggie UX is a living, breathing component library, whose first iteration launched with Texas A&M University’s new flagship website in December 2023. Key elements and design considerations for Aggie UX include a web color palette, new web fonts, design customizations through section styles and background options, and an icon library.

To learn more and stay up-to-date on Aggie UX design system enhancements and templates, please join the Aggie UX Google Group and follow #aggie-ux on Slack.

Read documentation for using Aggie UX and its components at aggieux.tamu.edu.

Resources for Designers


Aggie UX on Figma

Quickly create webpage mockups using the Aggie UX Figma component library. As new Aggie UX components are designed and developed, we will publish new versions of this file to the Figma community. Follow @aggieux on Figma to always have access to the most up-to-date resources.

View Aggie UX on Figma
Tips & Tricks

Aggie UX Templates

Get design recommendations and view examples for different webpages based on their use case.

View Aggie UX template recommendations

Understanding Aggie UX

Aggie UX (AUX) is a robust system with many moving parts. To keep everyone on the same page, we’ve created an AUX Glossary with common web terms and terms and phrases unique to our design system.

View the Aggie UX Glossary

Workshops and Trainings

Due to popular demand, we will be hosting workshops for Aggie UX. Please join our waitlist to receive email notifications about upcoming trainings and workshops. Cascade and accessibility training will be required if requesting access to the AUX Page Builder.

Join the Waitlist

Topics we will cover:

  • Aggie UX Page Builder Demo
  • Requesting Your Install
  • Basics of Accessibility
  • Cascade for Content Editors
  • Design System in Figma
  • Page Templates