About Aggie UX

Aggie UX is a living, breathing design system and web framework. With dozens of components with multiple design variations for each, Aggie UX has the basics covered, giving you time to focus on the unique needs of your project. More features and components will be added to Aggie UX as use cases and unique needs are discovered.

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

Supported Content Management Systems (CMS)

To request Aggie UX templates that are already integrated into a CMS, please reach out to the web team at web@tamu.edu.


Most major university websites are built using Cascade CMS. The Division of Marketing & Communications web team has built and maintains a comprehensive page builder with integrated Aggie UX components. Once installed, content creators can choose components as they build or edit pages without ever having to touch code.


Upcoming: The Division of Marketing & Communications is in the process of constructing an Aggie UX WordPress theme tailored for Texas A&M websites. This theme is crafted using the Gutenberg block editor alongside advanced custom fields.

Resources for Developers

Self-Service Dev Tools

Find everything you need to get started with the Aggie UX web design system in your own environment at aggieux.tamu.edu.

Getting Started with Aggie UX
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