Intro

Signature capture inline is a variation of the signature capture componentThis variation allows users to input their signature on a screen that is shared with other components.  

Usage

Signature capture inline may be used when users need to view content on the screen along with the signature input area. This provides users with more context on what they are signing for. 

Structure

Default State

A. Header

The header introduces the signature capture inline. It is the only part of the component that is not covered by the activation scrim.

B. Activation Scrim

The activation scrim is an overlay that is placed on top of the signature cell. When the scrim is present, the signature cell is deactivated and the user cannot signThe user must tap on the scrim to activate the signature cell.

C. Text Label 

The “Tap to Sign” text label provides a call-to-action for the user.

Active State

A. Header

The header introduces the signature capture inline.

B. “Cancel” Action Button

The “Cancel” action button allows for the user to exit out of the active signing area.

C. Signature Line

The signature line prompts the user to input their signature in the space given.

D. Action Button Footer 

The action button footer provides the user two action buttons for the signing process. The “Clear” button erases what the user has signed on the screen. The “Save” button saves what the user has signed on the screen. Pressing the “Save” button will trigger the view mode of the signature and the “Re-enter Signature” button to appear.

View Mode

A. Header

The header introduces the signature capture inline.

B. Saved Signature

Once the user saves, the signature becomes transparent to indicate the signing area is deactivated.

C. “Re-enter Signature” Button  

The “Re-enter Signature” button allows the user to reactivate the cell and input a new signature. See the interaction in the Behavior section.

Behavior & Interactions

Activation Scrim

The activation scrim is a calltoaction for the user to input their signature. It also allows the user to scroll on the rest of the screen without accidentally signing in the signature capture inline cellThe “Tap to Sign” activation scrim appears only in the first instance where the signature capture inline cell has not been activated yet.  

Re-enter Signature  

The “Re-enter Signature” button appears once the user has pressed on the “Save” button to save their signature. If pressed, it will clear the saved signature, reactivate the cell, and allow the user to sign. 

Specs

The signature capture inline is similar to a form cell and shares the screen with other components. On tablet, the signature capture inline fits within a responsive dialog.

Default State

Active State

View Mode

Default State

Sample Element Alpha Hex
Background #FFFFFF
Scrim #1A000000 or #000000 with 10% opacity

Active State

Sample Element Alpha Hex
Background #FFFFFF
Text #32363A
Header #6A6D70
Signature line #89919A
Signature #6A6D70
Text button text, contained button background #0A6ED1
Contained button text #FFFFFF

Saved State

Sample Element Alpha Hex
Background #FFFFFF
Header #6A6D70
Saved signature #666A6D70 or #6A6D70 at 40% opacity
Text button text #0A6ED1