Use a slight transparency when placing a container over an image.
Use dividers to anchor headlines and text within large-scale containers.
Select a color from the primary or secondary palette that matches the tone of the image.
When using secondary colors,
be sure to set typography using neutral colors. This helps establish an appropriate amount of contrast to ensure the text is legible.
Containers can provide an anchor for icons as well as typography.
•Pantone 1575 C
Use a solid fill of color when using containers on a clean, white background.
•Pantone 1205 C
Always use an outline when using containers on a colored background.
DON’T place containers within other holding shapes like rectangles or squares.
DON’T introduce new holding shapes to hold iconography.