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Hybrid dark mode

The differences between dark mode in hybrid and native.

Short description

To harmonise, the native experience hybrid design needs to exist in both light mode and dark mode. Dark mode for native is a bit different than dark mode for web, one the reason for this is that they are adjusted for different types of screens. The hybrid team should follow the design guidelines for the web which can be found in Pattern: Dark mode

When and how to use it

The native design has other components than the web, but all components have a semantic version. The semantic behaviour in native is the same for web and mobile but sometimes some colours are different. The fact that hybrid designs will have different elevation colours when visualised in the app is known and accepted.

Colours

The native design has other components than the web, but all components have a semantic version. The semantic behavior in native is the same for web and mobile but sometimes some colours are different. The fact that hybrid designs will have different elevation colours when visualised in the app is known and accepted.

Hybrid semantic colour map

Hybrid semantic colour map

Related to

Pattern: Dark mode

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