Put together a simple login box for day 332. I wanted to go with one of those futuristic "under the glass" touch interfaces on this one. I would LOVE to see someone turn this into a full-on website concept.
about 3 years ago
Nice to see the future now.
Though I honestly thought in the future they'd be using Helvetica instead of Arial.
Sweet, now just needs some lights here and there :)
@Jesse In the future, Microsoft owns all fonts.
hahahah Nice Jesse!
@Chris: Or commissions knock-offs of all :)
Perhaps shorten the bottom line to just "forgot?"?
The distant future. The year 2000.
Great login form Chris. What about changing the "login/play" icon to to a lock icon?
This is an interesting concept. I'd love to see how this tested with users.
As long as they can hit enter to submit as a backup, I think this would work well.
The humans are dead.
This looks great Chris!
I don't get it…
You are missing the "remember me" option just like dribble as a matter of fact :)
You don't need that option in the future. The future supports automatic re-authentication.
Very interesting and refreshing. I have this gut feeling that even if it’s different from what we are used to (Mr. Nielson would propably freak out) it could work very well.
by Rogie King
about 3 years ago
Actually, the play button is a bit confusing there. Hope the future isn't so dark! Add some freakin' awesome lights! :D
Only problem I see is legibility. I'm not sure there is enough contrast between the text and the input field background.
Rogie, you devil.
I think it's a neat idea!
Chris this is an awesome concept. I do agree with Rogie on the contrast. Other than that, you've done it again!
Thanks Gedy/Darren. I'm in contact with a fellow Dribbbler who's turning this into HTML5/CSS3, so that should be fun to release into the wild on Designmoo. :D
Lovely design but check point 2 here: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/designmistakes.html
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2014 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.