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1. What does the module do?

  • It groups together functions/information for quick access to them.  

2. When should the module be used?

  • For the grouping of functions/information about a topic.
  • When the user can hide individual functions/information.
  • When at least one interaction with the module is possible (e.g. accessing details).

3. Rules

  • May only be used on the homepage.
  • The user has the option of hiding the module.
  • The user has the option of changing the sequence of the modules.
  • The module may contain a context menu as an option.
  • A module always has a title.
  • A module can contain several cards/views which can be switched between via swipe.

4. Features

4.1 Standard

Image of the module, standard, without pagination
Image of the module, standard, with paginatio
  • The pagination is positioned at the bottom of the module.
  • If only one card is displayed, the pagination is hidden

The module has the following statuses

  • Closed
  • Open

Design Specification

4.2 Without context menu

Image of the module, without context menu, with pagination

Design Specification

4.3 Space-saving title

Image of the module, without context menu
  • Can be used if no context menu is required and the content is self-explanatory (which means the title can be weighted slightly less heavily).

Design Specification