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Tag: Public

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Visual identity

The brand cornerstones are SEB-global and apply to all user groups, customer journeys and systems. T...

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Motion

Motion is all about reenforcing understanding and behaviour on user triggered actions. We use it to ...

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Tab

Tabs group content into natural, manageable sets.

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Tooltip

A tooltip is a text label that acts as a helper to a specific item.

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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 details, flows and interactions while not navigating away from the curren...

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Contact us

This block shows contact information for an area of the bank (or a general number).

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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...

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Eye catcher

This block is meant to catch the attention of the viewer and then keep their interest with its conte...

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Footnote

A note of reference, explanation, or comment usually placed below the text.

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Text block

A generic block for body text.

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Slider

A slider to experiment and adjust values with.

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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 int...

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Pagination

A component that navigates between data that has been divided into separate pages.

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Up button

Helps the visitor back to the top of the page once they have scrolled down.

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USP list

A list with green check marks.

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Page header

A collection of data that can be used with a Story page or News page to give the reader better overv...

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Video block

A block showing a video with related heading, text or bookmarks to sections in the video.

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Rating

A block to measure the customer experience of a page.

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Welcome block

A block to highlight and show the most important or prioritised message for a start or landing page.

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Alert ribbons

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

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Related Large

Large sized area to highlight a story, article, news or a product that is related to the current con...

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Related Medium

Medium sized area to highlight a story, article, news or a product that is related to the current co...

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Related Small

Small area to highlight a story, article, news or a product that is related to the current content.

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Filter tag

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

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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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Bullet point

A bullet point is used to group text and simplify readability.

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Toolbar

A toolbar is a series of buttons that enables the user to reach frequently, as well as less frequent...