Sign Up Form Concept [MOV]

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  1. Gabriel Valdivia Gabriel Valdivia

    I've been working on an app as a side project and taking the opportunity to experiment with new approaches to old, predictable interactions.

    This is a concept for the signup/login forms. The idea is to use all the screen real estate to encourage discovery and playfulness from the very beginning of the app.

    Don't forget to click the attachment to see it in action.

    What do you think?

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    7 months ago

  2. Allen Wang Allen Wang

    Really love this new sign up idea, step by step, feel slick.

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    7 months ago

  3. Moaaz | Limitless Creativity Moaaz | Limitless Creativity

    Loving the simple and minimalistic concept!
    Saw the animation, brilliant work Gabriel!

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    7 months ago

  4. Daniel Sandvik Daniel Sandvik

    Very creative!

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    7 months ago

  5. Chris Meyers Chris Meyers

    Great concept. It could definitely use a cursor once a field is active. Maybe there is a way to call attention to that first field? Color, some type of movement.

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    7 months ago

  6. Braden Hamm Braden Hamm

    Also, is there a "submit" button hidden somewhere?

    7 months ago

  7. Gabriel Valdivia Gabriel Valdivia

    @Braden Hamm The submit button is in the top right as well as the "done" button in the keyboard. Unfortunately the video crops it out.

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    7 months ago

  8. Gabriel Valdivia Gabriel Valdivia

    @Chris Meyers Agreed. A cursor is coming, but it was harder than I cared for when prototyping in Keynote. The final product will definitely have one.

    7 months ago

  9. Chris Meyers Chris Meyers

    @Gabriel Valdivia I hear ya. Exciting concept

    7 months ago

  10. Braden Hamm Braden Hamm

    @Gabriel Valdivia I figured as much, but just checking :)

    So you prototyped in keynote, then did a screencast?

    7 months ago

  11. Gabriel Valdivia Gabriel Valdivia

    @Braden Hamm yep! No screencast, though. Keynote has a handy feature to export as movie file.

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    7 months ago

  12. Braden Hamm Braden Hamm

    @Gabriel Valdivia I did not know that! Thanks!

    7 months ago

  13. Kesley Bassini Kesley Bassini

    Great idea Gabriel!

    2 months ago

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