Documentation, examples, and uses for buttons on WOL

General Rules

Color should be used sparingly and consistently throughout Wiley Online Library. The sensitive nature of the material and the importance of identity to our journals and societies requires the colour palette on WOL be supportive of their content and not work against it. Some examples of how certain colors should be used are outlined below. 

Normal buttons

In most situations, the primary blue colour should be used for call-to-actions. The secondary colour can be used to help present a hierarchy of preference or distinguish more common actions from less common actions. The standard 'link' style CTA can also be used.

Other colours should only be considered when trying to reinforce certain styles of messaging; ie. Success or alerts. Or if buttons are being used on top of images.

Outline buttons