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Accordion 

Assets: https://assets.aad.org/html/Components/accordions.html

  • Use to showcase loosely connected content for quick snapshots of info. 

  • Great solution for FAQs.

  • Good for organizing related reference info. 

  • Use icons when appropriate.

  • Don’t hide vital info within an accordion—eg, if it’s a registration page, don’t hide a link to the registration form under an accordion.

  • Don't place video content in an accordion.

Accordion example

What happens during microdermabrasion?

The dermatologist uses a handheld device that gently removes the top layer of skin. You may feel a sanding sensation, but this is not painful. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes to treat the entire face and about 20 minutes to treat the neck. 

After the treatment, a moisturizer is applied. 

What will I need to do after microdermabrasion?

You may need to apply a moisturizer or other skin care product at home.

You will be given a skin-care plan that includes sun protection. Protecting your skin form the sun helps ensure the best possible results and reduces the risk of side effects.

Is there downtime?

You will not have downtime or a recovery period. Some patients’ skin turns pink or red. The skin can swell a bit. These side effects are similar to having a sunburn or windburn for a day or two. During this time, some patients feel uncomfortable returning to work or being in public. 


Inline or page tabs

Assets: https://assets.aad.org/html/Components/inlinePageTabs.html

Guidance for inline (or page) tabs

  • Don’t hide essential info in the tabs. 

  • Good use case: Short form of info about an award or event. 

  • No video content in inline tabs.

  • Keep it short and sweet when it comes to content within these tabs, as the mobile experience suffers when the content gets too long.

  • The inline tabs are essentially same as the accordion: The information is sandwiched between boundaries.

 

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  • Tab content 2
  • Tab content 3
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    Examples: https://www.aad.org/career/li/academic


    Linked tabs

    Assets: https://assets.aad.org/html/Components/linkTabs.html

    Guidance on linked tabs

    • Guides user through a series of actions (eg, steps to report MIPS

    • Presents topics that a user would like to access easily from a single place (eg, pages on psoriasis symptoms, treatments, tips on controlling). In other words: Linked tabs are for information that is on the same level of information hierarchy.

    • For horizontal, create or import in Linked Tabs component at top of article.

    • No more than 6 tabs for horizontal tabs. 

    • For vertical, create or import in sidebar section.

    • Note: Linked tabs link individual pages. The tabs are simply a component that connects all the individual pages.


    Vertical linked tabs

    Assets: https://assets.aad.org/html/Components/linkTabs.html


    Horizontal linked tabs



    Secondary navigation

    In assets: https://assets.aad.org/html/Components/secondaryNav.html

    Secondary navigation component

    • Secondary navigation is used only in very specific use cases, (such as the Meetings section in the member section and Diseases in Public section) that have their own information hierarchy structures and are too deep and wide to be supported by the main navigation alone.

    • It is called the secondary navigation because the global navigation is considered to be the primary navigation but in reality, it represents the 3rd level of information hierarchy.

    • This navigation should be used in very large sections of content only.

    • A very important note: This navigation does not appear in mobile at all. (There are plans to remedy this situation but when this is being written in March of 2020 those plans have not been put into process as of yet)

    • Due to this, you should make sure that the user can easily navigate these sections with mobile phone by using layers of landing pages to nest the content. To see an example of this, see how Public section pages for diseases are built.

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