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Two issues: The green dot does not provide enough affordance because it's almost always used as status indicator, rather than input control. Fading out unselected tile reduces legibility. Given that this is a mobile app, I recommend going with something like this, because thick outlines make it clear that the entire tile is clickable. (vs. using ...


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Personally, I wouldn't have known that the tiles were tappable. I like the aesthetic of the green dots, but it doesn't seem intuitive to that the green dot means "selected". Another thing to consider is the target area for selecting these tiles--do you really want the entire tile to be tappable? I would think that might lead to accidental taps as the user ...


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Obviously, with registration, there would be a bit more fields to fill in, and the user would have to scroll down to register using social media, even though we would prefer it if they would register using social media, so that we would be able to retrieve more data about them On mobile apps, user should be able to perform all operations quickly be it ...


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Depending on the framework you're using, it is possible to transfer everything at once; we actually just did this a few weeks ago and outside of a few pages that were already problematic, it was fine. That said, there's almost no way you can do it without causing confusion. My recommendation would be to automatically have a one-time web pop-up that tells ...


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It all goes with your business needs. If you want your user's information, then it would be better to include your own login first, and social login as last resource. If you want less friction, user's information is no problem for you and want just some kind of simple user identification, then give preference to social media login. Additionally, I see ...


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The solution can be catered in a slightly different way to solve such issues. A simple layout like this would solve quite some issues. Mobile designs require careful usage of space. Illustrative approach for such can help simplify and beautify app designs. Description about the layout: The social login buttons can be arranged horizontally instead of ...


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If you prefer users to register using social media, then you should definitely put those choises on top. It will gently push them to use it. To me, it is confusing that you call the manual account creation "Mobile, Username or Email". I would just let the user fill in email (or username if that suits your system better).



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