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In-page wizard

Presents a sequence that leads the user through well-defined steps within a page.


Short description

The in-page wizard shows a little information at time to allow the user to focus on the content. It keeps the menu visible to keep the user in the context where they were.

When and how to use it

This wizard is particulary mobile-friendly. The steps can vary depending on the user's input and works well when a user has to complete steps in a specific sequence.


The first step is open when user enters the wizard. All steps are immidiately visible to give an overview, but disabled and closed. Once the user has entered relevant information and clicked on the Next/Save button, the next step is opened (and animated). The previous step then is collapsed and animated upwards.

When the user scrolls up, a summary will be shown of previous steps and an edit-button. The edit-button opens the fields in the step for editing again and the Next button is now a Save button. After the user clicks on Save, the step i collapsed and the summary is presented again. 

Loan step 2

Loan step 2

Loan step 1

Loan step 1

IBP loan step 2

IBP loan step 2

IBP loan step 2

IBP loan step 2


Do's and don'ts

  • Do use a Next button to move to the next step and a Save button when the user is editing
  • Don't allow the user to move to the next step without filling in all relevant fields
  • Don't make the poor user go through all steps only to edit one step. 



This component is not built in Figma yet.


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