Really excited about this one. More to come.
almost 3 years ago
Technically speaking Username and Password do not look clickable, but I think a vast majority all Instgram users will know what to do... It's beautiful regardless, really beautiful.
Ya I'm on the fence about that one too. I think people will just get it and it's worth the sacrifice to not put physical fields in the paper.
Wow, this is so sweet.
Gorgeous. Might I suggest hover states that hint at the fact that text entry is expected? I agree you shouldn't put physical fields on the paper.
Really, really awesome Eddie :)
I would say make input fields appear on hover/focus just to make it a little bit nicer to type on. The submit button is also slightly odd, doesn't look clickable, looks like it has already been clicked.
Is this for iOS or Web? I love the background and the shelf. Not too fond on the form inputs :/
@Phil, @Greg thats a good idea with the hover. @Greg ya that actually is the clicked state, was showing the wrong layer group when I took the screenshot.
its nice man, where did you get that middle "ornament symbol" in middle of splitter?
What if you set the input focus to the Username after a delay (or change its appearance in some way to make it a more obvious input field)? Like so. Should help those staring at the screen in incomprehension.
Very nice work!
@zee7 I think its one of the wingdings fonts, its a special character not an a-z or 0-9. I grabbed it from something old and it was a shape path not a font so not exactly sure.
that submit button is a foreign object on the paper anyway, so why debate?
Simple and elegant!
I like the fact that it is smart and original, not beautiful, good one
This is sweet. What if the fields had dotted lines underneath, like a "Sign Here" type of look? Just a thought.
Dots or dashes, either way would indicated a field to be filled on an official form (like this).
Username is clearly separated from Password, but the latter is not separated from the Submit button, and that looks very odd.
Maybe just another separation line will do.
The depressed submit button is a no-no. Embossed paper is very common, why not using that effect instead?
As Kurt said, dots/dashes underneath would make the text entry clearer.
by Victor Sedunov
over 1 year ago
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