Uniform UI CSS Documentation

Hudl's CSS library is informed by Uniform's design guidance. We make it easier for you to build. Get started with the documentation →

Recent Notable Releases

v0.12.6 : Selects

This release provides style for Single Select and Lookup Select available via the uniform-ui-components Select component.

v0.12.3 : Toasts

This release provides style for Toasts available via the uniform-ui-components Toast.

v0.12.1 : Modals

This release provides style for Modals available via the uniform-ui-components Modal, which is based on react-modal.

v0.12.0 : Elevation

This release provides variables for elevation and shadows. As users, you'll start to see these z-index values and shadows baked into future component releases for Modals, Toasts, etc.

v0.11.12 : Selectmark

This release provides style for selectmarks.

v0.11.10 : Avatars

This release provides style for avatars. Combined with the component from Uniform-UI-Components, this release will make adding little circle images to interfaces a breeze.

v0.11.0 : Color Refactor + Expansion

This release expands the Uniform color palette, completely changes the naming convention for color variables within Uniform UI CSS, and modifies the concept of theming, introducing Environments and Levels.

Recent Articles

The future of theming?

Leading up to the next release of uniform-ui-css, we reconsidered whether theming made sense for users and for the library itself.


Uniform is the design system that informs everything we do. If you want to know more about the design thinking and philosophy behind the interface you're building, design.hudl.com is the place to go.

Uniform UI CSS

Our aim is to make your job easier. Follwing the design guidance of Uniform, we provide CSS classes, variables, mixins and functions. You'll spend less time deciding how to make something debugging that code after you've written it. Check out the project on Github.


Uniform UI Components

To make your job even easier, we provide a set of React components that have Uniform-UI-CSS styles already applied. You'll spend less time figuring out how to structure HTML or figuring out how to name your classes, and more time shipping your project.


Articles, updates and things we're thinking about

The Uniform UI Blog provides updates about the process of building Uniform-UI-CSS and why we've done what we've done, articles to help you write better CSS and things that are on the horizon for you.