Color plays a significant role in SAP Fiori. Color communicates importance and association, and provides direction to users.
Grayscale areas play an important role in any SAP Fiori user interface. They minimize the risk of over-stimulation and foster simplicity. White and the light grays are mainly used for areas in the background or for borders. While darker gray shades are primarily used for texts.
The recommended primary colors leverage the uniqueness of SAP Fiori apps. The standard theme colors are chosen to work with the SAP semantic color palettes.
You can use accent colors to highlight or decorate individual elements. They make a vivid contribution to the overall UI and should be used sparingly.
Grayscale areas play an important role in any SAP Fiori user interface. They minimize the risk of over-stimulation and foster simplicity. You should mainly use white and light grays for background areas or borders, and use darker gray shades primarily for texts.