6
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5answers
365 views

Does a log in/sign up field always have to be top right?

Best practice says that log in/sign up fields should always be top right of the website, no arguments there. There seems to be a trend towards simply having "Sign up here. Or log in if you already ...
5
votes
4answers
115 views

Defaulting to the sign-up form?

Recently I've noticed more and more sign-in / sign-up workflows defaulting to the sign-up option first and providing a minimal "Sign-In / Login" action somewhere else on the page. What's the reason ...
2
votes
1answer
112 views

Which verbiage is appropriate for a combined login/register button and why? [closed]

I'm creating a combined login/sign up form. When the user clicks the action button an ajax call is made which either: Logs the user in, if the account exists. Signs the user up, and then logs them ...
1
vote
2answers
120 views

Why should you provide a sign up link from your login form?

It seems like a well adopted web standard that a login form should have a "don't have an account? [Sign up]". I'm having trouble seeing the rationale behind it. How common is it really that a user ...
3
votes
2answers
182 views

Asking for a username and password when a user signed-up with social login buttons

I have a social application that allows users to sign up with their social accounts. The problem is that when a user uses a social login button to sign up in my website, the only way to login next ...
4
votes
4answers
393 views

Best way for sign up process after invite

We are building an app and I'd like to have a faster sign up process for users. Right now users can only get access after they got an invite by mail. After they got the mail, they can click on a link ...
6
votes
4answers
341 views

Social network login or not?

I am developing a niche social networking iPhone app of my own. I was wondering if it would be best to allow the user to connect to social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to login to my app ...
4
votes
4answers
143 views

Security issues if not forcing a user to sign up

I've built a simple web app Flask.io that enables users to create and share to-do lists. It doesn't require sign up. This is an important differentiator. I don't want to force the user to register ...
9
votes
3answers
592 views

Login/register: How to balance ease-of-use, number of clicks, and appearance?

I'm working on a new design for the log in or register page, and since we have some very unique constraints, this might be the first time I've done one of these pages that isn't reinventing the wheel. ...
5
votes
4answers
456 views

What is the best Register / Sign Up text for submit buttons on forms?

On a Register / Sign Up form, what is the best copy for the submit buttons (Statistically proven if available). Contextually speaking, the register / sign up process in question is part of a pop-up / ...
0
votes
1answer
78 views

Any good examples of a user signing up for a Browser Certificate / Client Certificate?

A client certificate is something that is used with TLS/SSL to increase security of the HTTPS session. There are two parts to this The user needs to create the certificate, have it approved (which ...
3
votes
1answer
938 views

Facebook connect vs existing account - How to link those two?

Since we have introduced FB connect to our web page, we have noticed that users became confused a lot and a significant number of users began to have multiple accounts. After they log in somehow (via ...
1
vote
2answers
158 views

Signup / Login global navigation links appearing on Signup / Login page?

I'm creating a web application and we have two navigation states - public (logged-out) and logged-in. The public view spans across a number of marketing pages, splash, legal, faq, etc. Within the ...
2
votes
2answers
144 views

implementing user account without alias?

We have an educational project ranging from 17 year-old students to 27 year-old students in which we need to have a registration process in place. I recommended not to use any alias for the username ...
5
votes
7answers
858 views

Text for email address validation!

When validating email address on sign-up/login page which is the right grammar? "Please insert a valid email address." OR "Please enter a valid email address." OR just "Invalid email address." ...
0
votes
1answer
131 views

When should “Log on” or “Log off” be used? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using “Sign in” vs using “Log in” I'm porting an old application that has a "Log on" screen. When would I use "Log on" vs the alternatives (Sign ...
10
votes
3answers
729 views

Best way to combine sign in and sign up in the same form?

I want both forms to be extremely simple - sign in much like facebook in the header with 3 inputs side by side - email, password then "sign in" (or is "log in" better?). I also want to USE THE SAME ...
3
votes
1answer
435 views

Ideal login / password / signup page for editing account

I am trying to design a simple login and password signin dialog box that pops in on the same page. I don't want the user to navigate AWAY from the page to login. I am looking for examples of sites ...
12
votes
4answers
3k views

Login/sign-up in modal dialogs

I've been working on a web-platform for some time now. As I was writing the usual "Sign-up" and "Login" pages I realized that a whole page was an overkill for such simple tasks so I decided to put ...
5
votes
8answers
518 views

How to prevent registration from login page and login from registration page

During user tests we see quite some people 1) enter their previous chosen login details (email+pass) on the registration page. Including them wondering "why we ask all this information again?". The ...