When you hit that “Purchase” button a website, you’re left holding your breath for what feels like minutes, staring a white screen or an indeterminate spinner.
Here, some microcopy walks you through the purchasing process; and keeps the UI looking responsive.
Try it out yourself.
about 3 years ago
Pretty neat idea :)
Does Visa have an API that sends back a JSON response for each state? Or is it just made up base on a local assumption of what's happening?
@Axel, thanks. Disappointingly, no payment gateway offers an API; they just return “yes” or “no”. But we can fake it.
man, I hope it doesn't actually take that long ;)
also, kudos on the Dr. Who reference :)
@Drackett, it won’t but if it does, they’ll have something nice to read. “Sally Sparrow” is a delightful placeholder name! :) Much better than “John Smith”.
Matthew, I just tried it out, and I love it! Definitely makes for a BETTER experience. Really love the design of the form as well.
Totally loving this! Great font as well! Fantastic feedback when waiting for your card to be processed, I wish more sites would use something similar!
This is so sweet and cool! :) Like it!
This is an awesome concept, a great way to keep the customer feeling secure about their purchase.
"keeps the UI looking responsive"
That's a real important one, very very good idea!
So ridiculously clever.
almost 3 years ago
Haha, fresh work!
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