If you are a UX designer, your work is about to get a whole lot more interesting. The new SAP Fiori Design Guidelines for iOS are now available to get you started on SAP Fiori for iOS.

The new guidelines describe the behaviors – interaction, UI elements, information hierarchy, and visual design – that define a consistent experience across the different apps. They also provide information on how to implement the design values and principles of SAP Fiori for the iOS platform. They do not define an entirely new design language for iOS, but rather adapt the existing design language of SAP Fiori to the iOS platform and to Apple’s iOS Human Interface Guidelines.

On May 5, Apple® and SAP announced a partnership to revolutionize the mobile work experience by combining the world-renowned user experience of the iOS platform with SAP’s expertise in business processes and software. The SAP Fiori for iOS portfolio will focus on high-impact scenarios to complement the existing SAP Fiori portfolio. The apps will provide instant access to critical enterprise data and business processes on SAP S/4HANA, while making full use of the native features of the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, such as Touch ID, 3D Touch, Location Services, Notifications, and more.

Check out some highlights from the new SAP Fiori Design Guidelines for iOS:


Business users can access core data instantly and securely with iOS capabilities such as TouchID. 


The analytic view has been customized for SAP Fiori for iOS to displays charts, with or without KPIs.


Business users can instantly view and localize their appointments, according to urgency, using the timeline view.



To learn more about designing with SAP Fiori for iOS, check out the SAP Fiori Design Guidelines for iOS.



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  • Anonymous   3 years ago

    how to implement a line chart in tableview in iOS

  • Maria Camila Lombana Diaz   3 years ago

    where can I find the analytical view stencil shown in this prototype? Its not in the stencils provided. thanks.