Alerts deliver urgent information to a user. Notifications can also consist of updates, recent account activity, and upcoming events.
1. System alert
System alerts appear at the top of the page or card, to communicate a timely alert such as internet connectivity or MetLife system issues. One line contains a maximum of 30 characters including spaces. Fill is light red (#FCE8E8), text is black (#000000), link is MetLife Blue 3 (#0061A0). Red alert icon is dark red (#BB1818). The text link is tappable, as well as the ‘x’ button to close the alert.
2. Notification card
Notification cards show a user their recent account activity or upcoming events. Text is black (#000000) and links are MetLife Blue 2 (#007ABC). Important information is called out by setting in Noto Sans Bold. There should not be more than two notifications on a card. One line of text contains a maximum of 26 characters including spaces, and each notification should not exceed one line. A vertical gradient along the left side of the card signifies unread status. Each row and text link are tappable to the same destination, separate from other rows.
3. Status alert
A status alert displays urgent (briefly worded) information in relation to the component it is placed on. It appears in conjunction with a corresponding notification card. Status background is red (#DB1818). Text is MetLife Darkest Gray (#333333) and text link is MetLife Blue 2 (#007ABC). The status alert is not tappable.
Unread alert card
On notification cards, unread messaging should appear in MetLife Circular Bold in black (#000000). Text link is MetLife Blue 2 (#007ABC). Vertical gradient is made up of three colors: MetLife Green (#A4CE4E), MetLife Teal (#00ACA0), and MetLife Blue 1 (#0090DA).
Unread expanded alert
When viewing all alerts and notifications, unread messaging should appear in MetLife Circular Bold in black (#000000). Text link and circle is MetLife Blue 2 (#007ABC).
Read expanded alert
When viewing all alerts and notifications, read messaging should appear in MetLife Circualr Normal. Text is black (#000000) and text link is MetLife Blue 2 (#007ABC).
Focused state border is 3px in MetLife Blue 2 (#007ABC).
Alerts are used to deliver urgent information to a user, in a top bar or on a notification card. Errors or alerts in a table can be identified with a status alert that corresponds to information in the top bar or notification card.
Cards should not exceed two notifications. Each notification may not exceed 1 line of text. Below the card is a link leading to all notifications.
The system alert notifies of something wrong on the page. The status alert points out an item in a table that corresponds to a notification in the notification card.
In the notification center, a user can view all their notifications in brief, along with a link to view specific notification details on the right. The notification center screen always displays the header in its scrolled state. Notification text should not exceed 3 lines, and each line should not exceed 26 characters. Link text should not exceed 7 characters.
The alert slides in from the top of the screen pushing all of the screen content down (except the bottom nav). Upon close this animation reverses.