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    I read far enough to be suspicious that this is more marketing than technical, then skimmed the rest. Is there some message in here that I missed? Is intent-driven design a way I might look at design problems? Kuz it really seems like it means: our design system will do what you intend it to do when using our product.

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      After removing all the marketing fluff and yada-yada you’ll see a good old relative positioning system (autolayout) optimized for non-design savvy UI builders

      Why using “intent-based” term? Because it lets you specify your intent (move A next to B) and take care of the repetitive container/wrapper configuration routine.

      Might as well be described as “we are babysitting nested flexbox containers in the background so that you don’t have to worry about them and simply drag and drop things”.