Place ratings on screens that offer more information about an item, such as lists. They should be contextually relevant to the item and connected to a data source or API, such as Amazon for products or Yelp for restaurants.
The default ratings system is a white star in three states: full, half, and empty. You can also make your own ratings system in the three states (full, half, and empty) to fit your brand’s aesthetic.
Note: Use branded assets, such as the Yelp stars or Rotten Tomatoes ratings, only for the company’s product. Always follow the company’s brand guidelines.
Text can indicate a detailed rating (e.g., 8.5/10 IMDb) or the number of reviews.
There are two types of rating systems, single and multi-asset.