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  • Label Text Color:
  • Input Text Color:
  • Placeholder Text Color:
  • Border Color:
  • Container Color:
Size Example Height

Example Size


Note: Incab sizes only, see mobile for smaller options for in-field.


  • Always have a label next to the text field, either above, on the left side or login in the input.
  • Label text should always be visible.
  • Display the validation state clearly. The validation message will replace Helper Text.
  • Try to make Label text concise. Where it must be longer (due to language translation), the label text can wrap to a second line. Truncate label at end of second line if absolutely necessary.
  • Don’t add validation text under helper text, as its appearance will shift content.
  • Form inputs that are in Active should have a 4dp border using our active color :
    . Labeled** should be:
  • Form inputs that are invalid should have a 4px border using our danger color:
  • Form inputs that are disabled should be:
  • Form inputs that are read only have background color:
State Example

Example of a Default Input


Example of a filled Input


Example of a focus Input


Example of a info Input


Example of a success Input


Example of a warning Input


Example of a error Input


Example of a disabled Input

Read only

Example of a readonly Input

Label above or on the side

For most applications, use the label above, but to reduce scrolling, use the side label for inputs.

/Input label top and side


  • When possible, add helper text below an input to further clarify selections or validation errors.
  • Always mark required fields with an * .
  • Provide input constraints, such as a character limit within a text entry box, to - provide users with guidelines and improve form efficiency.
  • Use multi-step forms when necessary by breaking up inputs into distinct categories.
  • Provide clear and obvious action buttons. Form submission buttons should be primary.