The KPI header displays numerical data the user needs to keep track of during the day. It is typically used in an overview pattern to provide the user with contextual information.
KPI header on iPhone (left) and on iPad (right)
Given the limited horizontal space of compact width, the KPI header can hold a maximum of 3 KPIs in a single page. The actual number may be smaller, depending on the width of the individual KPIs.
Page controls allow multiple KPIs to be displayed in compact width without being crowded into one container.
In regular width, you may include up to four KPIs in the header. If more numbers need to be displayed, consider placing them in the content area.
Only the large variation of the KPI progress view can be used in the KPI header. The KPI progress view will always be displayed first, followed by any other KPIs.