Purple Sign-in Screen

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  1. Cécile Parker Cécile Parker

    A preview of an app I am working on, Purple. I will post more screens this week!

    6 months ago

  2. Jimmy Lee Skrufve Jimmy Lee Skrufve

    Nice! I love purple, and space. Looks good! :)

    Have you considered a direct logon instead? Now an existing user will need to click one extra time to get into the service...

    You could also have the login fields visible direct, but with two buttons/call to actions. Login - or - Sign up. That is if you don't need more than an email and password to sign up...

    Just my 5 cents, otherwise looking good!

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    6 months ago

  3. Naoshad Naoshad

    Cool!

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    6 months ago

  4. Axel Herrmann Axel Herrmann

    @Jimmy's got a good point here. other than that - niiice @Cécile

    6 months ago

  5. Cécile Parker Cécile Parker

    @Jimmy Lee Skrufve, good point. I thought about having the sign in/register fields directly open but decided to go for the full-screen visuals instead, to set the tone. Users only go through this screen once. Returning users land directly on their news feed. Is direct logon becoming standard? @Axel Herrmann

    6 months ago

  6. Axel Herrmann Axel Herrmann

    Ah, thanks for making things clearer @Cécile - sdo this screen only shows up when you sign up or after you have logged out from your account?

    6 months ago

  7. Cécile Parker Cécile Parker

    @Axel yes, it's the login screen.

    6 months ago

  8. Sara Menefee Sara Menefee

    Depends widely on the use case. Typically, best practice (these days) is to load the complete UI, and have an account log-in be a supplementary option to access more information or perform a task. Especially if your app has that affordance.

    I suggest looking at apps like Etsy or Foodspotting. They demonstrate this.

    6 months ago

  9. Cécile Parker Cécile Parker

    @Sara, true, but social networks usually require upfront login because you'll be browsing other users' content. It's a privacy matter. I'll post the rest of the app soon :)

    6 months ago

  10. Sara Menefee Sara Menefee

    @Cécile Parker, That depends on your terms of use agreement and again, use cases.

    Twitter you can view user's content publicly without an account. Same goes for Facebook, and several other social networks. Instagram. Pinterest. Given that they are publicly available accounts obviously.

    I suppose we don't have enough context around this app to be able to tell. ;) Look forward to seeing more screens.

    6 months ago

  11. Cécile Parker Cécile Parker

    @Sara you can view public content on their sites but not with their apps. The apps require you to login first. I'm not saying it's the only way but I want Purple users to create a profile first so they can start feeling at home.

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    6 months ago

  12. Jerame Joel Barriga Jerame Joel Barriga

    am i going crazy or is the purple space bg pixelated a bit? did you overstretch the image?

    6 months ago

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