These are some best practices when using the media card with the digital assistant.
- Do use media card to enhance the message content and convey the information better to users.
- Don’t use images or video that aren’t related to the message.
The media card can contain text, image/video, and action buttons. All media cards must have a header. Content and Footer are optional. Content and Header can be switched.
The header displays a title and introduces the media card. The header content is similar to the Object Card.
B. Content (Optional)
The content on the media card can contain an image or video.
C. Footer (Optional)
The title introduces the header.
B. Icon (Optional)
The icon gives a visual reference for the header.
C. Subtitle (Optional)
The subtitle gives the details of the header.
D. Status (Optional)
The status shows the current stage the media card is in. Statuses can also be replaced with buttons.
The footer contains action buttons that the user can select for the media card. A Media Card can contain up to three actions.
You can have two media card variations depending on the screen size and device: 4-column and 8-column that follows the structure of Responsive Grids.
Here are the recommendations for the media card content area.
- Maximum height 10rem (160px)
- Minimum height is 2.75rem (44px).
- Maximum height is 20rem (320px)
- Minimum height is 2.75rem (44px)
Header and Content Switch
The header and content can switch places with each other.
When the image width and height ratio is smaller or larger than the ratio of the media content area, the image fills the space and keeps the correct proportions.
Variation: Image Ratio
These visual design specifications apply to the media card style and spacing.
The examples show the specifications for the header in the media card.
Header Example for Media Card
Header Specifications for Media Card
The examples show the specifications for the footer in the media card.
These color specifications apply to the media card.