Patterns

UI Patterns are interaction design solutions that can be applied consistently to solve a class of problems. They are based on an understanding of the use cases for multiple applications and /or domains. Patterns generally include: overview of the task flow; references to UI components; customizations; and criteria for use. They are delivered as documentation that includes interaction design recommendations and design examples. Using the PatternFly UI patterns promotes user experience consistency. Consistency supports product learn-ability, by not forcing users to “relearn” the experience for each application. It makes adopting and using enterprise IT applications easier for users.

Browse the patterns below to find out what’s included in the PatternFly library.  Don’t see what you are looking for? The UI pattern library is built out of contributions from interaction designers who have volunteered their time to contribute to the PatternFly project. Learn how you can become a contributor. You may also request a new pattern by contacting us at patternfly@redhat.com.