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What is the proper way to provide social media authentication: in login or register form?

We provided standard login/registration forms for providing email and password, but I'd also like to allow user use my website after oAuth authentication. Should they be able to register or login via ...
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Best way to present a quick access option in a login form

I'm building a web app that will require users to do some small data entry. By default, when a user logs in, they are taken to their dashboard to see the status of their account. From here they can ...
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3answers
98 views

Sign In / Registration form

I've seen this topic : Combining Sign in and Registration form It gives me some answers, but let me show you the issue we're encountering. We are doing a small app, and we want users to be able to ...
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2answers
214 views

Username or email address fields

I am maintaining the server implementation of a website. The site allows usernames and email address as username. This is how the login screen looks where the user is asked to select if the user is ...
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3answers
136 views

What's the best tab order for a login form?

I was wondering: Should the login button be above the "stay logged in"-checkbox or the other way around? My personal preference is version b as I want to stay logged in most cases. But the more ...
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1answer
98 views

Rationale for placing forgotten password link in the field

On this website: https://www.psd2html.com/order-now.html the forgotten password link is placed in the password field. I'm curious, what, if any, are the user experience considerations that led the ...
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1answer
93 views

Placement of Call-To-Action buttons to request an account on a corporate login page for an internal site?

I am building an internal blog for our company to use. In my wireframe I placed the button at the bottom to make it out of the way for people that already have an account. But prominent enough where ...
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1answer
90 views

Forgot Password Inline vs. Separate Page

I recently encountered this approach for the Forgot Password link on the LLS site. When you select the link, you are not taken to another page. Instead, an email field is displayed. This seems to be a ...
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5answers
357 views

Are we stuck with the “Forgot password” link?

The convention for forgotten passwords seems to have stranded on the following: Click a link under the Password input field saying "Forgot password" Enter your email address and click "Send ...
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6answers
400 views

Best way to show two different kind of login forms

I have a website where there are two different kinds of accounts: Student: a student, once logged in, can do math quizzes Educator: an educator, once logged in, can view various details about the ...
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3answers
136 views

On login forms, should user's email be remembered?

I'm having this discussion with a customer of mine, he wants me to pre-populate the user's email address on the login form, to make it easier to login, he does not want me to add a checkbox to have ...
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4answers
683 views

Should login button on a website be disabled if user hasn't entered values?

I see this behaviour in some desktop applications, where the login button is disabled until the user enters text. I don't recall ever seeing it on a website. It must be used somewhere, but it isn't ...
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5answers
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Should a user be logged in after resetting their password?

Lets assume following flow: I want to log in I don't remember password I click on the "forgot my password" link (email is dispatched) I check my inbox and click on the link I type in password and ...
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3answers
969 views

Single login page vs pop up iframe?

We have built a Single Sign-on system. A technical requirement is that it has to refer to another web page to login to get the token for the child site. The current solution is a single point of ...
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2answers
156 views

“Pharma” UX Model? [closed]

Is there any known "Pharma" like UX examples or flows out there in the digital world? Example: Doctor recommends a drug to a patient, hands off prescription to receptionist to make a copy. ...
4
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2answers
191 views

Data to reinforce the 'large login form fields' style?

We're working on a site that requires the user to login to use. We designed a sparse login page with a large login form. Akin to Gmail: This seems to be the trend as of late. And it makes sense for ...
4
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2answers
700 views

Why do sites with a single sign-on system redirect to a login screen?

Why do sites such as Google / Youtube have a redirect to a login screen for their Single Sign-On systems. Is this an industry practice?
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5answers
2k views

Do we really need a “Remember me” option on a Login page?

I'm wondering why do we need to ask user to make a decision, for how long he want to be authenticated? This is done by having "keep me signed in" option login page: Why can't we simply "predict" ...
17
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6answers
3k views

Why isn't the “remember me” checkbox in login forms enabled by default?

On most part of sites "remember me" checkbox in login form is disabled by default. Most part of users after login would like to stay logged in. It annoys users each time to enter username and password ...
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2answers
707 views

One column logistration form OR two columns?

Don't look at me like that, I actually like the way to call both login and registration forms together a logistration form, well it's convenient. I've designed a logistration form, but the problem is ...
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7answers
2k views

What is the most pleasant and fast UX when logging in / registering for a private web-app?

In my case, the openId login is out of the question. The application that I'm working on will only allow corporate users with a given specific email domain to register. The login/register form needs ...
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3answers
263 views

An intuitive way to present a Login interface

I'm designing a windowed application. When the application starts up the user needs to be presented with a Login interface. The initial (and minimum) window size is 800x600. A header of height 42 ...
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1answer
157 views

Is it better to force sign in before or during restricted forms?

I am building a form that will require a person to be signed in to successfully post. Filling out this for is ESSENTIAL to my web application, so I really want to make it as painless as possible - ...
4
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3answers
358 views

Best place to put registration fields?

I have a form that will allow a user to post a classified listing on my site. The thing is, we required users to be signed in to post...so instead of redirecting a user to a separate page to sign in ...
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3answers
501 views

Login Form Placement/Isolation

If you go to http://www.notableapp.com/, you will see that when you click the Sign In button, it takes you to a completely new page with only the login form on that page. Why did the designers ...
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4answers
1k views

Pros and Cons for having same form for login, register and forgotten password

I have notice some sites have the same form for login, register and forgotten password. Below the form you have 3 buttons i forgot my password register log me in What are the pros and cons on ...
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3answers
351 views

“Remember my password” and “Sign in automatically” on tablets

Is there a need to have "Remember Me" and "Sign in automatically" on mobile devices, especially for tablet based applications? Skype, Fring on iPhone/Android seems to not to have these options, ...
8
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7answers
635 views

Is it a bad idea to have input fields after password on a login form?

I was intrigued by this statement by @DanWilson on Twitter: All Web Developers: Never Ever Ever put anything after the password box and before submit button on a form. Tab MUST go directly ...
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7answers
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Login / Sign-Up as one form [closed]

Has anyone seen any good examples of a basic form (e-mail / password) that a site uses for both existing users to login and for new members to start a registration process? Yes, I'm thinking ...