After trying out numerous failed options to integrate "Remember", came up with this. What do you guys think?
Have you got your username yet?
6 months ago
The inner shadow on the button is too much imo. I'd make it between 20-30% opacity.
Sign in text needs some work I think.
I also think that it may be confusing to some, when someone clicks 'remember', they could be like 'where's the button?'.
Although it is there, obvious, some may not see it.
Why not have remember on the left, and a simple sign-in button on the right?
Looks good! But I agree with @Adam Roberts
Agree with @Adam here - having two separate elements (remember checkbox & button) seems a better practice.
Also I'd totally lose the stroke & inner-shadow on the button, and drop-shadow on the button's label - making it the same kickass clean style as the circle shape above ;)
Usability question: When you miss to click the checkbox exactly would you hit the button and already start the sign in process?
I love all of these related posts. Looks great. But the first think I thought of was the app TinyPost. http://tinypost.co
I would lighten up the inner shadow on the button. Other than that looks great, but I would try putting the remember checkbox below the button.
I don't believe it's the better choice for the users, but I'm all about trying to create new approaches to interactions.
Hey guys, thanks for all the amazing feedback.
@Adam Roberts, @Samuel Couto - I had the same problem you're suggesting as well. Having 2 separate elements ruins the design, because the rest of the forms on the site have full width buttons. Trying to still figure out what to do.
Implementing a forgot password option maybe useful, if you do that, you should be able to come up with something :)
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