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Tag: Internet banking

Items tagged with Internet banking

News

New design launched on the Swedish Internetbank

On January 18, the internet bank for private consumers in Sweden got a facelift.

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Visual identity

The brand cornerstones are SEB-global and apply to all user groups, customer journeys and systems. These pages address the digital design guidelines -...

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Motion

Motion is all about reenforcing understanding and behaviour on user triggered actions. We use it to describe functionality, relationships and intentio...

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Widget

A widget acts as a configurable preview for a module and/or page.

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Table

A table displays collections of raw data grouped into rows with supporting headers.

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Tab

Tabs make it easy to explore and switch between different views.

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Density

Density scaling is a feature that enables a recommended value of margins depending on resolution and/or device.

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Grid & spacing

A grid system is used to harmonize negative space in a layout

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Take-over

Takeover modals enable a user to focus on a specific task.

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Slide-out

Slide-out modals allow for more complex interactions while not navigating away from the current view.

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Contact me

A block for users to input their phone number so that SEB can contact them regarding a specific item/question/case/topic.

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Stepper

A stepper makes it easier to input values that are in a narrow range.

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Form design

Forms are often the final step in the journey of completing their goals, which is why it's important to be able to complete them quickly and without c...

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Slider

A slider to experiment and adjust values with.

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List

The simplest way of listing data in an orderly fashion with labels and associated data.

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Segmented control

A segmented control is a horizontal set of two or more segments.

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Date picker

Date pickers simplify the task of selecting a date in a visual representation of a calendar.

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Skeleton loader

Gives the user a glimpse of what content is going to turn up after data has been loaded into the interface.

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Contextual alert

To highlight a piece of information, often a deviation, with a contrasting background.

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Toast notifications

A small message that shows up in a box at the bottom of the screen.

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Card

A card is container for short content, related pieces of information, and action on a specific content.

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Alert ribbons

A message bar informing the user of the state of the system/page/function

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Module

A module gives the user a complete overview of all information available for a specific area.

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Empty states (desktop)

How to make our users aware of potential and current system status updates that might require user interaction.

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Filter tag

The filter tag component displays possible options for the user to choose between, for example in a filter.

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Filtering

The filtering pattern allows users to narrow down specific data and its scope.

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Search

A search field enables users to enter input in order to search for specific data.

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Column customiser

Lets the user customise columns to display in a table.

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Toolbar

A toolbar is a series of buttons that enables the user to reach frequently, as well as less frequently, used actions or tools.