Registration refers to signing up for a site or service as a user with a username and password.

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Should closing a modal “blockade” of walled content take the user back to the previous page

The user navigates to content that requires registration to view, and a modal box appears over that (blurred) content and offers options to 'register' or 'not'. Should the 'not' option navigate back ...
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Should a web service assign users an auto generated email address or let them pick their own?

I’m building a web service, that assigns a private email address to users and lets them email their content to it. I want the email address to be easy to remember, so they can use it from any system. ...
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Native vs. Browser Based Sign in for Mobile Apps

Our application currently allows users to sign in using an email/password combination, Facebook or Google. In the update we're working on, we will also add the ability to sign in with a Microsoft ...
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Is showing product price after registering bad UX?

I'm redesigning a website for a client which consists of showing their visitors how the product works. I was thinking about a step-by-step with intuitive icons illustrating each step so that it won't ...
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Removing Value Proposition from Registration Form

Are there any sources out there that shows the benefits in removing the value proposition from registration. I remember reading an article a while back about this, but can't remember the source. I ...
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The login, sign in/up and checkout process

So I've taken on the task of rebuilding the checkout process since the way it's done now is really horrifying for the end user.. I've drafted a chart of how the process is today where each box is a ...
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Prompting customer login before making changes to their account

In a project I'm working on, there's a service website where customers can register objects they own in order to use the service. If a customer owns many of these objects, all can be registered on the ...
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Acceptable maximum number of steps for sign in or sign up before using the service

Note: This is for a service mainly powered, or should I say funded, by video ads. Not really UX-friendly, I suppose, but what can we do Here's the flow right now: Sign in Home -> Login form ...
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Where should we redirect users to after sign up?

I'm working on a service project like Invision, Trello or UX Pin. The home page is just for showing what our service is about and we have a Profile page which is like Dashboard. I just wonder what's ...
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All my users are from Afghanistan; or, how to get users to correctly fill out a form

I have a website with a form users fill out to create an account. Following advice from this forum and other places I am asking for only the minimum required information to create an account, i.e. ...
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“Your friend has sent you a message on our website, register to see it” - is there a name for this technique?

Sometimes I get emails like the following, presumably targeted to me as a friend/contact of some person, X: You have a message from X on our super awesome website! Click here to read this message. ...
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Nonlinear Wizard Progress Tracking

I am designing the User Registration Wizard for a web application. Users register as part of a company, and sometimes that company is part of a larger network/group of companies. So there are various ...
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If username is required for registration, but optional for login (email can be used instead), should it be part of the register form?

My registration form requires 3 things: username, email, and password. For login, the user can use either username or email (and password of course). Thus, if the username is not necessary for ...
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Should user registration be tabbed or part of a multi-step form?

I am trying to find a good way to design my registration form. I have looked at the idea of having multiple steps for the form. Or using a tabular layout. Both of pros and cons. I am wondering which ...
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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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Require users to sign up or login to upvote or downvote review items on a user-generated content site?

I'm trying to get more people to rate products on a video game ratings and review website. Will allowing non registered users to upvote/downvote the reviews increase engagement and sign ups? in other ...
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Reverse and optimize the sign up process for double opt-in

The perceived majority of websites have a quite similar approach to double opt-in signups: all information required to sign up is required before sending a confirmation e-mail. The confirmation e-mail ...
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Email first registration

I'm wondering how to structure our signup process. We really need email verification, so the idea is that instead of having the classic 'register then verify' process, we ask for the email first, and ...
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How to make registration/login for premium account purchase as painless as possible?

I am currently working on a fundraiser to gain several thousand premium accounts subscribers for my site. Because these are premium accounts (like Reddit Gold), a user must have an account so the ...
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Required registration/login for checkout. Should you use a popup on the previous page, or have the login/register on the checkout page?

I am requiring a login/register for my checkout (because the user is purchasing a premium account for my music site). I have seen 2 main ways to do this: On the page linking to the checkout page ...
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On Android, how do you design a very shallow navigation?

I need to create a simple account section in my mobile app with 1-level deep navigation: ___ Register / Account -- \___ Login On iPhone, I'm using a grouped table ...
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Better Registration for Mobile Apps

We want to let users register on our Mobile App with their Phone Number, then verify it using SMS without the need to enter a password -- may be like what WhatsApp is doing with their on-boarding ...
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Prioritizing Items from a list of values

I want a user to prioritize 4 items from the highest to lowest priority without being able to select the same priority for each item for the registration process. So far this is the wireframe I have ...
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App Registration: one form or several forms?

I'm currently asking for 5 pieces of information within a single page: - email - password - company - position - full name I've seen several implementations, some where they break this up onto ...
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Secret Token URL Placement

I'm working on an application conceptually similar to a pastebin, only with tables. The user will fill out the table and then save it. He'll be redirected to a permanent URL, which he can then share ...
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Closed vs Open user community

I am working a blog like site (with a specific niche) where users can come and makes posts. I have been thinking about whether to make the site open, closed or semi-closed. Here are my thoughts: In ...
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Should I have both username and email for registration/sign up?

I am working on a blog like site where the user can register and write stuff. I want to keep a minimalist registration/sign up process. I am thinking I will use email/password for ...
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Is it a good UX practice to include paid membership plans within the user onboarding process? [closed]

We are designing an onboarding process for a marketplace where the sellers have different tiers of membership options, we are not sure weather to include the membership options as part the process or ...
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What should a e-mail address confirmation e-mail say?

I'm sending out an e-mail containing a link as to prove the user had registered with an e-mail address they have access to. 1)What is the name of such an e-mail? Verification e-mail, confirmation ...
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What is behind entering email twice for registration?

What do you think to ask the email twice for registration? The context is this: In the e-commerce checkout/registration process where the email is mandatory to save cart or to proceed to the ...
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Should I hide a potentially off-putting section of my sign-up form?

I'm building a web app that requires a lot of information to be input by the users before they become "fully fledged" members. There's maybe 30-40 fields (of varying types) split over a few pages, and ...
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HTML5 Geolocation in user registration

I have sign-up page on startup, where user should provide his location - Country, State/Region and City. This is necessary information in user wants to use our service. Question is, how user will ...
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How ask users to register for our database within another registration process?

The company I work at has decided to start building a database of users to extend a current service, but I'm not completely sure how to tackle it. I believe we should try to make the distinction ...
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When is the best time to ask a user to create a password?

I have seen some services ask the user to create a password on the initial signup form. I have seen others only ask the user to create a password after clicking on a verification link sent to their ...
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Ideas on what to do with the white space available when hiding sections of a long form

I'm currently working on a new user registration page containing two sections - personal details and account details. The account details section must remain hidden until the personal details section ...
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Where do users expect to find the “create new account” functionality?

I'm developing a website where users will be able to sign in, and thus they need to be able to register. Is it sufficient to include the registration functionality (or link to it) on the sign-in ...
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How should the sign-up page for a mobile website work?

How should the sign-up page for a mobile website be? For example:- Does repeat password make more sense or less on mobile version of a website. To put it differently, are users more prone to make a ...
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If a customer uses Guest Checkout, then returns and Registers, should you associate their previous orders with their account?

I've seen a number of recommendations to support guest checkouts. eg Should registration be optional on an e-commerce site? In an e-commerce site where logged-in customers can view previous orders, ...
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Sign up page guidelines or trend?

Is there a reason why the signup page on many websites are totally separated from the rest? I noticed that it results as a single page, where there is only the logo of the site and the signup form. No ...
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Is it ok to force a username to be lowercase?

I am having problems with custom keyboards in android. Currently the username is being input with a capital letter if the user is using a custom keyboard. In my mind the users don't notice the ...
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pilot testing to determine dropout due to fatigue / annoyance

I'm designing a web-based program for a university community. It's crucial that we get answers to some survey questions when people sign up, so we can evaluate the program's effectiveness. The more ...
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Pros/Cons - Personal Photo on registration page

Will putting your personal photo on the registration increase trust? I've seen this on Customer IO and I think that it is a good idea however I've also asked around and people think that it might not ...
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Has anyone seen an account activation solution which didn't open another tab

I know account activation can be avoided by using other verification methods such as captchas etc. However I'm wondering if a solution already exists for the following scenario (which happens to be ...
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Why should we ask the password twice during registration?

It would be easier to ask for a user's password only once during registration. The problem: The user could make a mistake while typing the password once because of hiding letters. The solution: The ...
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Is it ok to allow tab skipping of terms and privacy links on a registration page?

I have a registration page containing the following fields, links and button: Name: Email: Password: CAPTCHA (third party): privacy link for CAPTCHA (third party) Site Terms link Register button ...
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Should a classifieds website user be made to sign up before posting ads?

I am in the classifieds website business. I am struggling to find general consensus about the best way to design a user experience for being able to post ads on a classifieds site. Specifically, the ...
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Which to show first: login or register screen or both?

I have a site for which I am working to improve user onboarding. What happens now is that when a user does some action that requires him to be logged in, I make a jQuery popup come up telling him to ...
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Why do websites tend to ask for phone numbers, even with no reason to call? [closed]

I was filling out for an instant redeemable form for a gym membership. The form is printed out right on the next page, and there's no reason why they'd need a phone number to call me. Basically, if ...
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Login Form Prominent - Sign up not prominent

I've never understood why some sites make it very easy to log in, but hide the "register" link from your focus ( or vice versa ). Tumblr, for example: It's in the bottom left hand corner of the ...
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Close button on mobile registration process

I am working on a registration process for a mobile site which uses a progress tracker. On completion of the registration the user is instructed that they need to check their email to activate their ...