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.
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The brand cornerstones are SEB-global and apply to all user groups, customer journeys and systems. These pages address the digital design guidelines -...
Motion is all about reenforcing understanding and behaviour on user triggered actions. We use it to describe functionality, relationships and intentio...
Accordions show and hide information that is not necessary at all time with one click.
A widget acts as a configurable preview for a module and/or page.
A table displays collections of raw data grouped into rows with supporting headers.
Tabs make it easy to explore and switch between different views.
A tooltip is a text label that acts as a helper to a specific item.
Density scaling is a feature that enables a recommended value of margins depending on resolution and/or device.
A grid system is used to harmonize negative space in a layout
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.
This block shows contact information for an area of the bank (or a general number).
A block for users to input their phone number so that SEB can contact them regarding a specific item/question/case/topic.
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.
A generic block for body text.
A stepper makes it easier to input values that are in a narrow range.
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...
A slider to experiment and adjust values with.
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.
Gives the user a glimpse of what content is going to turn up after data has been loaded into the interface.
This is a white bar that sticks to the top when scrolling.
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.
This is a white bar that contains buttons and sticks to the bottom when scrolling.
A card is container for short content, related pieces of information, and action on a specific content.
A message bar informing the user of the state of the system/page/function
A module gives the user a complete overview of all information available for a specific area.
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.
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.
The language selector is used for our employees who are going to work in Nexus, SEB's internal shell.
A visual representation of progress for loading content.
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 toolbar is a series of buttons that enables the user to reach frequently, as well as less frequently, used actions or tools.