We're testing new input functionality and design for credit card payments. As the customer types in the credit card number, it will automatically switch to the correct type of card. Check out the attachment for all the card designs. As we work on getting this operational, we'd appreciate any feedback you have :)
about 1 year ago
beautiful pack of cards
this is really clever, a much more pleasing user experience and it looks great.
I really like this idea. Definitely not a necessity, but a cool visual perk for the user.
Creative idea, can't wait to see it live and working. I think a script font on the back in place of the signature would look better than plain text.
like it, kind of surprised no one has bothered trying this yet! It would be good to see it context of the rest of the form
Great idea, taking the concept of using the cards as input backgrounds and going that little bit further with it.
Oh, wow, this could be really slick if implemented right. Nice work.
very creative and so ingenious - excellent idea
One of the more clever UI elements I've seen in a while.
Skeumorphism hating nerds will lose sleep over this.
I love it, especially the card switches. Doesn't AmEx use a different set of numbers though?
@Fred Yates Yes, AMEX is xxxx xxxxxx xxxxx
Amazing work mate!
Looks cool. Reminds me of something I did a while ago: http://dribbble.com/shots/660725-Credit-Card-Form
@Adam Meyer Bummer! I'll be interested to you see how that works out.
Love this.. forward thinking.
looks nice indeed.
This guy did a sweet demo that looks close to that [vid] http://dribbble.com/shots/570629-Card-Payments
Nice idea )
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