Here is an updated shot of the login page. The 'Sign In' button is presented like this until accurate information is loaded and then turns color on validation.
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about 2 years ago
With most of the elements having a subdued feeling to them, the email & password inputs don't feel like they're really part of the interface. maybe a bit darker on those with more of an inset..?
so smooth :)
nice & clean.
nice work mate
You're too awesome
Looks ace! The angle of the striped pattern draws my eye away from the form — but I guess it's subtle enough.
I really like how subtle Facebook connect button is, damn.
@Jack Bingham It's part of the overall sites aesthetic and I really feel it keeps the user engaged as they progress down the form. Thanks for the feedback though.
Nice work, shaun!
From a users perspective, have you tried using a blue closer to Facebook's blue on the connect button? I'm wondering if it would positively effect the conversion rate if it was easier to recognize the brand. Thoughts?
@Michael Dick Honestly, I had considered that in the design. However, with how small/simple the signup/login page is I have no worries that they will understand it. We can easily add a facebook logo and/or a better blue if needed.
@Shaun Moynihan nice interface ++
Fantastic! Well done
Simple, clean, and I really like the "inactive" sign in button concept. A solid step up from original shot. Not sure how i feel about "Password Help" vs. "Forgot your Password?" though.
Wonderful pattern! Reminds me of the "web 2.0" frenzy.
over 1 year ago
So excited about this update.
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