The list card displays a set of items or objects in a vertical list format. Similar to the object card, the list card is also highly customizable. For increased organization, there are a few best practices on list item usage.
List cards in mobile (left) and tablet (right)
A. Header (optional)
The header area supports photo thumbnail or icon, and an overflow button for additional actions. A title is required when a header is used.
B. List Items
Similar to shortened object cells, list items can display a name, a subtitle, and a footnote, in addition to a photo thumbnail and inline actions. It is recommended to have the same format across list items per card and have 5 items maximum.
C. Footer (optional)
In the footer area, users can access and perform select actions. It is recommended to have 2 actions maximum.
Anatomy of a list card
Behavior and Interaction
The touch target areas on the list card enable users to perform a variety of interactions across the header, the list items, and the footer.
List card touch target areas
When a user taps on the header area of the list card, a page that shows the complete list of objects or items is opened.
Navigating from list card header to a full list page
List Item Navigation
Tapping a list item on the card opens to that specific item’s object details page.
Navigating from a list card item to individual object details page
The list card is designed to be flexible for accommodating different use cases. While flexible, it is recommended to keep attributes consistent and concise among the card’s list item set.