XD Ideas / Perspectives / Society of Digital AgenciesSociety of Digital AgenciesThe Society of Digital Agencies is a global community of digital agency leaders, creative visionaries and technology disruptors. With 100 agencies across 20 countries, SoDA’s members help the world’s most progressive brands imagine and create the future of digital experiences. SoDA SeriesDigital Experience Systems: Expanding Design Systems to Serve the Full Customer ExperienceBy Kristen CromerLearn how Ogilvy evolved their design system into a digital experience system to drive an omnichannel approach. SoDA SeriesMore Inclusive Design Systems Lead to Better ExperiencesBy Mason MagyarDesigning for accessibility is more than color contrast ratios and type sizes. Read more about inclusive design. SoDA SeriesThe Evolution of a Design System: How to Take It From Crawling to RunningBy Rex CarrilloOgilvy Experience Designer, Rex Carrillo, talks about design system maintenance and how to stay current. SoDA SeriesThe SoDA Report On Design SystemsBy Patrick FallerRead the report about insights and best practices on building and maintaining design systems. SoDA SeriesIntroducing the SoDA Series on XD IdeasBy Tom BeckThe Society of Digital Agencies is a global, member-based community for digital agency founders on a mission. SoDA SeriesDesign & Responsibility at the Dawn of InterspaceBy North KingdomInterspace is a future that is screenless, searchable, and contextually relevant. What does the future of tech really look like? SoDA SeriesIn Developing AR Experiences, Creatives Must See the World Through a New LensBy Remco VroomLearn how designers can equip themselves to deliver best-in-class designs for augmented reality. SoDA SeriesVoice in the Roaring 20’s: Platform Disruption, Multimodal, and Voice SEOBy Dr. Joan Palmiter BajorekTech giants are investing heavily in developing voice technology hardware and software. Is voice the next gold rush? SoDA SeriesRob Ford on Bravery, Personality and the Digital Design RevolutionBy Tom BeckAn industry icon thinks the current state of digital design needs to get its mojo back.