Add diagrams to show a process flow, to identify the main UI elements of an application, or to illustrate complex concepts. When you create or update diagrams for your topics and articles, keep in mind the following considerations for Pega-compliant figures and art.
You can request new diagrams or have existing diagrams modified by contacting the Creative Services team. For more information, see Art requests from Creative Services.
When possible, callout text that is rendered as actual text outside of the diagram image is preferable, as any text entry is easier to translate and maintain than images.
- For unordered callouts, which present the diagram elements in no
particular order, use UI labels as the target of the callout. If there are no UI
labels to which you can point,
the targets of the callouts.
both cases, you then provide an explanation in a list below
the diagram. In DITA, use a definition list (
dl). In Drupal, use a list with no bullets, to resemble the appearance of a definition list.
- For sequenced callouts, which present the diagram elements in a specific
order, use capital letters and not numbers for the callouts. Write affirmative
sentences and add an introductory sentence as we do for all
For more information on changing numbered bullet points to letters, see Changing bullet point styles in the Drupal editor.
- Use the Steps tool in Snagit to add the letters. Ensure that you use our Pega yellow color (#FEB53A).
- Do not change the default circle size.
- In DITA, add the explanations of the lettered callouts in a two-column table, with the letter in the left column and the callout text in the right column.
- In Drupal, add the explanations of the letters using an ordered list, with the list bullets corresponding to the callout letters.
Do not add borders to diagrams.
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