SAP Fiori for Apple OS is an SAP design language adapted specifically for iOS and iPadOS devices. Learn more about the design foundations to understand how you can use it for your own application.
Color is an essential element that brings Fiori brand and delightful user experience together. Colors can guide users through application functionality with consistent use of colors and color semantics. Find out more about Fiori for Apple OS color palette and understand how to use it effectively.
The icons from SF symbols give our applications the native experience of the Apple platforms. Consistency in pairings of icons and actions enables an effortless understanding of application functionality. Check out our icon guide.
A proper navigation style offers a fast and clear path for users to finish their tasks. Learn more about how to apply a consistent dynamic navigation paradigm to SAP Fiori for Apple OS apps.
SAP Fiori for Apple OS aims to help you create applications that can be used by a wide range of people and to provide an optimal and pleasant experience for every user. Discover how we can make our apps more accessible.
SAP Fiori for Apple OS applies the fundamental design elements from Apple’s iOS Human Interface and brings the simple, beautiful, and fresh UI and UX principles to your SAP Fiori for Apple OS applications. Discover the latest Human Interface guidelines.
Patterns are common user flows which are fundamental to almost every application. Users require less effort to learn how to operate new applications when they use similar patterns for common tasks.
UI components are building blocks for SAP Fiori for Apple OS applications. Each component serves a unique functional purpose to meet the application requirements.
Controls are components that the user can interact with for making decisions or providing information. There are several types of different inputs, depending on what the user needs to provide.
Filter Form Cell
Views are presentations of content. Each view serves a different purpose and offers a unique model to display information. Views can contain different types of content and controls, such as texts, images, charts, buttons, and so on.
Headers: KPI Header, Object Header, Profile Header
Cards: Chart Card, Data Table Card, Object Card
Segmented Control View
Table View Cells: Contact Cell, Key-Value Cell, Object Cell