- Do use the card content to summarize the object.
- Do use statuses to highlight progress, importance, and numerical scores. Use semantic colors to represent positive, negative, and urgent information.
- Do present relevant information and prioritize the information in the list by level of importance.
- Don’t overwhelm the user with too much content. Present relevant information and keep it concise.
The object card can include text, images, and action buttons. All object cards must have a title. Other optional features are subtitle, footnote, description, status, and action button.
The header displays a title and introduces the object card.
B. Content (Optional)
The object card content is flexible. You can use different combinations of object details, maps, images, and more.
C. Footer (Optional)
The footer includes action buttons that users can select to perform an action. An object card can have up to three actions.
The title introduces the header.
B. Icon (Optional)
The icon gives a visual reference for the header.
C. Subtitle (Optional)
The subtitle gives more details for the header.
D. Description (Optional)
The description gives details for the header. The description can only be implemented on an eight-column card (medium- and large-size screens).
E. Status (Optional)
The status indicates the current stage of the object card. Statuse can also be replaced with buttons.
You can build content with several combinations of object details, maps, images, etc. If you are using object detail, it includes a set of attributes, as explained below.
A. Section Title
The section title introduces the content area.
The label describes an item in the object detail.
The value can include text or a link. The value gives information about the label.
Object card details show an overview of an object with one or more attributes. When the user selects the object information, the card detail displays and can include links to more details. The card is responsive and supports all SAP Fiori screen sizes. Depending on the view, the card adjusts to a narrower or wider length with several columns. See more information on object detail details in the Specifications section.
The object card header can adjusts to various screen sizes and devices users have. The object card header displays with different variations.
- For card headers with a single line title and subtitle, the text is center aligned vertically when the image is taller than the text content area (Image 1, 3, 6 to the right).
- For card headers with multiple lines of title and subtitle, the text is top aligned vertically when the text content area is taller than the image (Image 2, 4, 5 to the right).
Object card content can adjust to the variety of screen sizes and devices.
- Small screens (floating panel): content area fits in a 4-column card (image 1 to the right).
- Medium and large screens (full size): content area fits in an 8-column card. The text wraps to form another column (image 2 to the right).
The object card footer can adjust to the variety of screen sizes and devices. Spacing between buttons changes based on the device (compact vs. cozy).
- Small screens (floating panel): footer has a stacked button layout (image 1, 2 to the right).
- Medium and large screens (full size): footer has a side-by-side button layout (image 3, 4 to the right).
Object Card Footer
Behavior & Interaction
After the user selects a buttons on the object card, the button doesn’t display any more.
These visual design specifications apply to the object card style and spacing.
Here are some examples and specifications for a floating panel in an object card header.
Here are some examples and specifications for a full screen in an object card header.
Here are some examples and specifications for a floating panel in object card content.
Here are some examples and specifications for a full screen in object card content.
Here are some examples and specifications for a floating panel in the object card footer.
Here are some examples and specifications for a full screen panel in the object card footer.