Mobile app: Sign up

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  1. Regina Casaleggio Regina Casaleggio

    Been busy with a bunch of secret stuff, here is a little snippet of one of them. This is the sign up screen for the app.

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    4 months ago

  2. Derrick Schippert Derrick Schippert

    This looks great! :)

    The "C" in 'Create Account' looks like a "G" - on your attached screen.

    4 months ago

  3. Regina Casaleggio Regina Casaleggio

    @Derrick Schippert Ha! Good catch. Fixed.

    4 months ago

  4. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    Something about this... have you tried floating the logo to the right and left-justifying all four form fields?

    4 months ago

  5. Dennis Terrey Dennis Terrey

    @Ted Goas interesting.. any reason why you think this is a good idea?

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    4 months ago

  6. Regina Casaleggio Regina Casaleggio

    @Ted Goas I have. Attached the version for you to see. Still think this reads better.

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    4 months ago

  7. Arseny Kultiasov Arseny Kultiasov

    Very nice!:)

    If you can check my work and review would be very grateful. http://drbl.in/jGjN

    4 months ago

  8. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    @Regina Casaleggio @Dennis Terrey I thought it could be a good idea to try, if you hadn't already.

    [ insert statement about not know project goals :) ]

    If this is designed for LTR reading (which is looks like it is), left-justified edges make it easy and quick to move down the form. But there are only four over-sized fields on a small screen, so I think either way works.

    What about this layout do you think makes it easier to read?

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    4 months ago

  9. Dennis Terrey Dennis Terrey

    @Ted Goas That's fair enough, but I slightly disagree. If this is for LTR reading it would make sense to have the user image to the left so all the form elements are groupped together as a form, an element. Where as the user image is a separate element.

    So seeing the user image first then filling out the form field by field, instead of filling out a field, seeing user image, then filling out more fields.

    Ideally the user image would be above the form and all the inputs a consistent widths, but doing it this way works as well as you are seeing the user image first then the form.

    Sorry I'm pretty bad at explaining.

    4 months ago

  10. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    @Dennis Terrey Oh yea I follow what you're saying and it makes sense!

    4 months ago

  11. Dylan Taylor Dylan Taylor

    This is well cute :)

    4 months ago

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