Measure the Success of Your Components
Do you know how your components are used over time? Which team and projects are using them? Can you identify patterns to improve your components? How confident are you while updating a component?
Omlet is a component analytics tool for developers — measure component usage across projects by analyzing your codebase.
Some love, from early adopters..
With Omlet we have a better idea of where and how our components are used, without going into codebase or terminal, which makes collaboration with designers much more efficient.
Hoshi’ki, Software Engineer, Design System
Having built a similar tool in the past in order to prove a design system’s worth to stakeholders, I’m happy I can simply use Omlet now and spend more time building components instead.
Andre Luiz Rabello, Senior Frontend Engineer
..data we collected during this stage helped us to secure a budget and rebuild our design system to be better and more flexible.
Steve Dennis, Product Design Lead
Collect Data without Hassle
Scan your codebase to collect usage data for your components — no need to build and maintain custom scripts.
Track Adoption Instantly
Start utilizing popular component adoption charts — including historical usage trends.
Build custom charts to identify usage patterns and emerging trends to guide your design system work.
Catalog Components Automatically
Collect all your re-usable and custom components in a searchable catalogue, easily identify component fragmentation.
Make Confident Updates
Visualize where your components are used, be confident as you update them.
Does Omlet support my stack?
Omlet now supports React — Angular, Vue.js coming soon
From the creators of Zeplin
Omlet is built by the crew behind Zeplin, a product that millions of designers and developers use. We felt the pain of managing components to ship products ourselves and have tackled the problem of design system adoption together with our users.
Data Driven Design Systems
Omlet is an analytics tool to help you measure the success of your design system and identify opportunities to improve it. Close the feedback loop to build great products.