Lonely Planet's Design Guidelines

Rizzo is the Style Guide for lonelyplanet.com.



The main goal of Rizzo is to enable sharing of templates and assets across all LP applications. This helps us to reduce complexity and increase reusability. At Lonely Planet we have a long way to go to create a solid, consistent platform, but this has certainly been proven as a step in the right direction.

Company website: lonelyplanet.com

Further Readings

Find out more on the design system and get to know it better.

A Maintainable Style Guide

by Ian Feather

Anyone who has attempted to maintain a UI Style Guide over a long period of time will attest that it is a very difficult process. They are generally.. Read more

CSS at Lonely Planet

by Ian Feather

Inspired by Mark Otto's post Github's CSS I thought I would quickly jot down how Lonely Planet's CSS is structured. I thought it was interesting to read.. Read more

Designing destinations..

by Brad Haynes

If you’ve traveled the world, there is a good chance you’ve used a Lonely Planet guidebook on your adventures. Founded in Melbourne in 1973, the company.. Read more