Close to getting this right, the idea is to keep things tight and clear and not have tons of scrolling during the checkout process as that can seem daunting and cause drop-off . At the same time keep the fields big enough to touch
about 1 year ago
looks gooooood! how do you proceed to next step?
From the looks of it, I'd say mission accomplished .
@Oykun just below the last field there's a 'move onto the next step' button OR i could put it top right in the nav bar, not really sure, what do you think?
@Racine Davis Thanks! I'll put up the rest soon to get some feedback
I look forward to it.
@Murat Mutlu I personally would use that next-step-button visible without any scroll, user feels lost at the moment. Make it off state at the nav bar (right) until required fields are filled, than ready to tab on. User would feel more in control in this way, and see how to navigate at the first sight.
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