Here is my small rebound. I split the Continue button in two parts.
10 months ago
looks nice and useful dude!
I think the problem with this idea is that there is equal weight between loginning in and registering. Even if I had been to the site 100 times, I probably would get confused for a split second as to where to click. The idea that @Daryl Ginn had is to combine the two and simplify the experience. Design, typography, and coors are all nice. :)
Thanks @Timothy Whalin, that's what I hoped to achieve.
It's a good effort, but I feel the UI could be better in places. Take a look at the edges of the buttons, they're a bit too dark, also the 'OR' doesn't quite have the right shade in contrast to the colour below.
Rest is great, though!
Thanks for your feedback guys!
Wouldn't it be more user friendly just to have a "Go!" button and if the email hasn't been registered you get prompted with the options either to register a new account or login with other information?
by Pierre Henrion
Originally based on the Daryl Ginn shot, here is my rebound.
10 months ago
This is a UX nightmare
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