We've just reworked our login page to make it a bit more awesome.
Here's the blog post about it: https://www.gosquared.com/blog/archives/3359
And here's the lovely little fella himself: http://gosquared.com/login
about 1 year ago
Damn, that is nice.
'tis tre seggsy.
I like it, but that was a ballsy move to go with the no call to action button to submit the form. :)
I like that a lot :)
No 'Login' button? Genius! I love my Enter key.
So tender, love it!
Excellent decisions made here, especially with the Gravatar photo and spelling suggestions. However, I do find it weird that there's no login button. I know the majority of users will default to the 'Return' key, but I also know plenty of people who'll search for a button or tab to it. Just a suggestion.
Maybe take a leaf out of Apple's book and just have a simple 'forward' arrow, perhaps inside the password entry field for the user to click.
@Dan Eden agreed, forward button sounds very good compromise.
Nice and clean, very nice.
@Dan Eden Excellent decisions? Can't say I agree.
When the gravatar loaded, it mislead me to think I already had an account. Nope.
I'd also position the email suggestion above, to prevent the password input being covered.
The no submit button also seems quite pointless, they have one for when you have forgot your password so it just seems inconsistent and less usable.
Love the style though @GoSquared ;)
Looks great, but the email typo suggestion box can hinder usability. Typing my email (google apps on a custom domain with a .ca TLD) prompted a suggestion for a .com TLD, with no way of exiting the prompt, and completely obscuring the password field.
awesome & clean, love the shading
The border on the gravatar seems a little dark and out of place with the rest of the design
Clean looking design. But @Liam McCabe says what I had in mind when I used it on the site. Also there could have been a close button on the e-mail suggestion label. It does obscure the password field and another way to overcome that would be to increase the padding between the username field and password field.
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