It should be pointed out here that Material Design's text input box structure is a standard structure generated after years of design and executive email list development, and then based on its specifications. We leave out some non-essential elements and get a basic version of the construction of the text input box. From a structural point of view, a form item can be divided into three main elements: label, form field, and prompt. 1. Label Text "Label Text" A executive email list unique name for this form item that tells the user what information to fill in. 2. Helper text The Help Text is where relevant information that prompts the user can be placed here. 3.
Container "Container" user input text information area, which can be single-line text or multi-line text. 2. The interactive state of "Text Fields" The tex executive email list t input box normally has 4 interactive states: "default state", "aggregated state", "error state", "disabled state" 1. Special mention that the text input box usually does not have a "Hover state". 2. When designing the focus state, you need to pay attention to the position of the user's cursor. For executive email list example, the information source of text fields is not only from the user typing scene, but also the scene where the user may copy a piece of text from elsewhere. 3.
The external style of "Text Fields" The alignment of the label "Label text" is a problem that has been a headache for designers for so many years, and it is also the driving force for designers to continuously innovate interactive forms. It directly affects the executive email list user's understanding cost of the form and the completion rate of the form filling. Let's talk about some of the more common label design forms. 1. "Label text" is left aligned The label text is left-aligned, executive email list and the length of the text will increase the spacing between some shorter label texts and the container, which reduces the efficiency of users' browsing from left to right and looks uncoordinated.