Wow, it has been too long.
So, for a small school project we had to redesign a signup page for a website of our choice. After searching though a handful of choices, I decided on Amazon. What really bothered me about Amazon's sign-up page is that for a company that prides itself on streamlining and making things simple, its sign-up page doesn't really promote this philosophy.
I took said advertising that they are so well known for and made a signup page that’s virtually as simple as a login page. After you fill out the forms, you have the option of going to shop or filling out the rest of your information (such as a shipping address and payment options).
Check out the 2x! Critique welcome.
6 months ago
Ryan what about rather than having a rounded edge on the email and pass word fields a squared one?
Also the little shopping icon bit (the circle it sits in I'm talking about) at the bottom could maybe do with being slightly darker than the rest of the form and using it as a submit button?
Also maybe like you've used a lock a small tick symbol by the email part to distinguish whether or not the email address has been entered in correctly (ie ends with .com or similar)
Also maybe remove the stitching its kind of on its way out especially in contrast to the flat colour scheme you use :)
PS nice colour choices though :)
Thanks for the critique, @Sean Geraghty! I'll try those out.
I like the overall design! But, from a UX standpoint, the bottom gets confusing with submit button, the shopping icon, and then the "account info" and "get shopping". I feel like once you submit, a user assumes that they will go to another page to input the rest of their info. Maybe something like: "Submit & Continue or Start Shopping" would be the two buttons. I think this would simplify and avoid any confusion. Tell me if i'm wrong.
5 months ago
@Jon Campos Great point. I definitely see UX problems with this having taken some time to step away from project. The idea was good, but I had some tough time simplifying the current solution. I'll revisit this soon, I've gotten some good input here.
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