Marni Berger

IPD Access Points

IPD Access Points are messages inside the product that alert users to new or relevant offers. IPD Access Points should feel like integrated parts of the UI, not like banners or advertisements.

Task List

The Task List is a module on the dashboard that shows when a customer has one or more tasks to complete. It displays a list of actionable task messages paired with links that provide direct Read More

Buttons

Buttons perform actions. We have multiple types of buttons including basic, menu, combo, and combo link. The hierarchy of importance is emphasized and delineated by using primary and secondary buttons.

Tables

Tables are structured grids of information that help users make sense of potentially large amounts of data. To allow a user to focus on their task at hand, tables consist of 3 modes: Default Read More

Helpful Links

Links can sometimes be used to provide clarity in context with the current user task. Info Links are linked words or terms that deliver quick clarification via a tooltip. Content should be brief and useful Read More

Selecting

There are two ways to select things… single-select, and multi-select. Single-select allows users to select one item only from a set of mutually exclusive ones. Typically, one option is defined as the default selection. Read More

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Information Messages

Information messaging is a suggested action/service/data that users might find helpful, but isn’t a business logic blocker or critical to their experience. They can be vertically stacked and combined with other message types.

Critical Alerts

Critical alerts are system-generated messages that warn of situations with serious consequences unless action is taken. Examples include: loss of data, loss of access to data.

Drawers

A Drawer is a panel that slides in and out from the right. It’s used to help users complete a task faster and in context, such as to add charges or attachments to a Read More

Progressive Disclosure

Progressive Disclosure is used to hide unnecessary information and reveal it when it becomes relevant. This makes the screen less cluttered so the user can accomplish complex tasks through smaller, intuitive steps.

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