The last version of Internet Explorer, version 11, was released on October 17, 2013. This is a very long time ago when taking into account the rapid development of web technologies. These days it is often difficult and time consuming to get modern technologies to work well in this old browser. More and more frameworks are dropping support, and even Microsoft themselves has announced that they will fully drop support for IE in their own services in 2021.
Consequently, we have decided to not include support for IE in the Design Library website.
Items tagged with Global
Install the component libraries for our design tools.
Use the digital design principles as a guiding star in all our digital developments.
We aim to adapt to each individual's unique situation, thus making us relevant and trustworthy. This applies to both our customers and employees.
We do the hard work for our clients and employees to solve their everyday needs, problems and tasks in a delightful manner.
The brand cornerstones are SEB-global and apply to all user groups, customer journeys and systems. These pages address the digital design guidelines -...
Colour can be used to express emotion and tone, as well as place emphasis and create associations. Use it in meaningful and intentional ways in order ...
Checkboxes allow a user to toggle an option on or off, or make multiple choices in a set of available options.
Motion is all about reenforcing understanding and behaviour on user triggered actions. We use it to describe functionality, relationships and intentio...
A dropdown allows the user to select an option from a list.
We enlighten our clients and employees with insightful presentations of information and actionable suggestions. In ways our users find magical.
Our aim is to help our clients, employees and users to intuitively understand, navigate and use our products and services. We achieve this by being ...
Trying a new function, exploring new content or taking a difficult decision. Whatever the step, we aim to universally reduce barriers and lower thresh...
The logotype is our most important identity asset. It is our signature and distinguishes us from others. It’s our primary identification marker and th...
Accordions show and hide information that is not necessary at all time with one click.
Buttons allow users to take action with a single tap.
A text or graphic that is used to navigate the web, moving within a site, through clicks.
Perfect for when users must select one out of two options, or more.
A digital on/off switch
Tabs make it easy to explore and switch between different views.
Describing how a component page in Design Library generally is structured.
A tooltip is a text label that acts as a helper to a specific item.
Takeover modals enable a user to focus on a specific task.
Slide-out modals allow for more complex interactions while not navigating away from the current view.
Design sketches from Brand and from Digital Roadmap in 2015-2017.
Truncates sections of information that is not needed to be visible directly to the user.
This block shows contact information for an area of the bank (or a general number).
This block is meant to catch the attention of the viewer and then keep their interest with its content.
A note of reference, explanation, or comment usually placed below the text.
If only there was a guide on how to improving the code so that we include more people... Wait, there is!
An iterative design process requires change. This is the page that keeps track of changes.
This chapter aims to give guidance on how to think when creating visual design for our brand. The visual aspect of design presents unique, fundamental...
At the base of all our design lies some fundamental visual elements that makes up the visual expression of SEB.
For design to be impactful it needs to fulfil a purpose. The purpose should answer the question: what do we want to achieve with this product that we ...
Design guides people through the in's and out's of our products.
We always aim for presenting the complex in a simple and approachable way. This is a key aspect of any successful design.
Be brave, challenge your design and push boundaries!
We use Font Awesome 5 for generic system icons up to 32 px.
Pictograms are designed by SEB and can be found in the (brand) design guidelines. Use from 32 px and up.
When talking to designers, valuable design hints have been shared with us. We have started to add them here.
The simplest way of listing data in an orderly fashion with labels and associated data.
Where can I see a list of which components are coded in a certain framework?
We wish you all a fantastic summer!
A segmented control is a horizontal set of two or more segments.
Date pickers simplify the task of selecting a date in a visual representation of a calendar.
Start now. That is the quick answer!
This is a real life exampel of when all the steps of Visual design thinking was applied to Trygghetsplanen, as told by customer experience-designer Ax...
A wizard presents a sequence that lead the user through well-defined steps.
Gives the user a glimpse of what content is going to turn up after data has been loaded into the interface.
What does accessibility mean and how can it affect all of us? This section talks about the basics and gives you a simple checklist.
It turns out that our labels to input fields were difficult to read.
Typography is a big part of our identity. When used correctly it helps to create a consistent and coherent look and feel.
A breadcrumb is a secondary navigation showing the website hierarchy.
Helps the visitor back to the top of the page once they have scrolled down.
A list with green check marks.
A collection of data that can be used with a Story page or News page to give the reader better overview of the articles meta-data.
A block showing a video with related heading, text or bookmarks to sections in the video.
A block to measure the customer experience of a page.
A block to highlight and show the most important or prioritised message for a start or landing page.
A spinner communicates that something is loading.
A message bar informing the user of the state of the system/page/function
A button that will present an explanation to a problem/question.
Drag and drop (or browse) to upload a file.
How to make our users aware of potential and current system status updates that might require user interaction.
A wizard presents a sequence that lead the user through well-defined steps. Use the modal Take-over which gives the user full focus on the task in fro...
Workshop templates to guide you in creating impact, coming up with creative ideas and in exploring how to create solutions.
Help, guidance and error handling.
Default styles for common elements, such as headlines, links and body font family.
SEB uses SEB Sans Serif for both its Marketing and Product brands.
The filter tag component displays possible options for the user to choose between, for example in a filter.
The filtering pattern allows users to narrow down specific data and its scope.
Gives the customer clear feedback that the task they have implemented is done.
A search field enables users to enter input in order to search for specific data.
Lets the user customise columns to display in a table.
A bullet point is used to group text and simplify readability.
CX copy in SEB's digital services is meant to work as a guiding star for the mindset and tone of voice in the interface communication.
A toolbar is a series of buttons that enables the user to reach frequently, as well as less frequently, used actions or tools.