Exciting release!Introducing "safe npm". Learn more
Log inDemoInstall


Package Overview
File Explorer

Advanced tools




Version published
Weekly downloads
decreased by-42.62%

Weekly downloads



1.21.0 (2022-07-13)

Bug Fixes

  • grid: added a mixin to do span calculations (0bcc480)
  • Grid: added another proptype feature grow to grid layout (3439e33)


  • grid: added justify and align prop and functionality to grid layout (02f92b2)
  • gridLayout: implementing a grid layout feature (cdf3fc4)



World Food Programme UI Kit (WFP-UI)

Click here to visit: Living Style Guide & Documentation

BranchBuild Status
masterBuild Status
v1.5Build Status

Usage Usage


Run the following command using npm:

npm install @wfp/ui npm install @wfp/icons

or yarn:

yarn add @wfp/ui yarn add @wfp/icons

Dependencies for sass

For v1.19.0 or higher, install sass instead of node-sass

Import a react component

import { Breadcrumb, BreadcrumbItem, BreadcrumbHome } from '@wfp/ui';

Import the CSS

import '@wfp/ui/assets/css/styles.css';

Additional information about the Usage can be found here.

Documentation & list of components available

View available Components here. Usage information is available when you click the blue Show Info icon in the top right corner of the selected component.

About About the WFP UI Guidelines

The new WFP UI Kit is based on the World Food Programme’s Branding Guidance WFP's new branding was launched in early 2018 and will be implemented across the organization, strengthening WFP’s brand image through consistent representation.

Building on this initiative, the World Food Programme’s User Interface Style Guide emphasizes WFP’s commitment to establish and build the brand.

Purpose Purpose

The purpose of this project is to create a unified toolkit that is used by UX-designers and developers alike on their projects to ensure all WFP-branded projects are accessible, appealing, and have a consistent look and feel across the board by following WFP’s design and implementation guidelines.

The guidelines contained in this guide are to be applied to all WFP digital products (such as: websites, web applications, internal systems and other).

By unifiying design elements into reusable components, development will simplify and accelerate the development of these digital products.

The Guide is a living document created to meet the needs of WFP’s front-end developers and designers. If there is a Component or Pattern that you need, or you have any other feedback, question or comment please contact us.


The UI Kit is based on:


All the logo files can be found in the UI Assets repository on GitHub.


Currently the logo is available in

  • Colours: blue, white and black
  • Fileformat: svg, png in different sizes
  • Languages: arabic, english, spanish, french

The Source files can be found in https://github.com/wfp/ui-assets.


All the logo files can be found in https://github.com/wfp/ui-assets.

For Designers: Sketch Library

The Sketch App and Adobe xD library can be used to easily create new User interfaces.

The downloads are available here: UI Design Kit on GitHub.


Please refer to the Contribution Guidelines before starting any work. Use the feat/ branches for active development.

Using the server

We recommend the use of React Storybook for developing components.

  1. Generate new tests
npm run test
  1. Start the server:
npm run storybook
  1. Open browser to http://localhost:9000/.
  2. Develop components in the /components folder. Add the export to index.js to include them into the build.
  3. Write stories for your components in /.components with .stories.js or stories.mdx ending.


Use Conventional Commits for commit messages and pre-commit hooks for commiting.

Make sure your commit does not produce any errors while checking:

  • ESlint
  • jest tests
  • correct commit message


Use jest for testing the components. Once commited the branches will be also tested on Travis CI.

npm run test


The UI Kit uses Azure Devops and semantic-release for automate versioning and CHANGELOG generation.

npm release
  • Commits on the master branch will be released as @lastest if a relevant commit is included (e.g. feat, fix, perf, breaking)
  • Commits on next branch will be released as @next if a relevant commit is included

Generate alpha release

npm run release -- --prerelease alpha npm publish --tag alpha or git push --follow-tags origin next && npm publish --tag alpha

Generate full release

npm run release npm publish

Releasing Storybook (documentation) to AWS S3

Create a new build for the documentation and copy the assets and docs folder manually to WFP`s AWS S3 instance following the naming scheme (for example: v1.2.1).

npm run build:storybook

Edit the website-redirect-location meta tag of index.html to point wfp.org/UIGuide to the latest documentation folder. This can be done with MountainDuck.

Edit the first line of assets/depreciation-warning.html to point to the latest version of the UI Kit.

Clear the Server cache with Cloudfront Purge Tool.



Last updated on 13 Jul 2022

Did you know?

Socket installs a Github app to automatically flag issues on every pull request and report the health of your dependencies. Find out what is inside your node modules and prevent malicious activity before you update the dependencies.

Install Socket
support@socket.devSocket SOC 2 Logo


  • Package Issues
  • Integrations
  • Docs
  • Pricing
  • FAQ
  • Roadmap

Stay in touch

Get open source security insights delivered straight into your inbox.

  • Terms
  • Privacy
  • Security

Made with ⚡️ by Socket Inc