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Thanks for pointing out this behavior. I do it too, completing forms without examining them. This is the kind of thing that makes us want to call users stupid. Of course they're not, they're just taking shortcuts through the parts of the site that they'd rather not be in. The obvious answer, I think, is to rearrange the fields so the password field is last. ...


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I think this is a real case where a user is expecting an established design pattern (that of a username field followed immediately by a password field, or a username field, password field & confirm password field together) and is being tripped up by encountering something else. In this instance, the cost is that passwords are being typed into clear-text ...


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In addition to all these suggestions I would like to add the usage of iconography. If you or anyone of your team can make it look appropriate it will present more clarity to the user. You can also consider of making the Password field as the last item.


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Label the fields clearly (high contrast between font and background). Make sure that there is enough space between the fields to avoid misclicks and the likes. Ensure that labels are closest to the corresponding input field compared to any other form input Don't solely rely on inline labels as those disappear usually when you start typing. Ensure that the ...


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The simple answer is you cannot stop people doing stupid things. This is what makes us human rather than a robot. As designers, all we can do is devise as many guard rails in your design as you can, but these cannot totally eliminate all dumb behaviour - there will always be someone who will do something stupid that totally surprises you. I doubt your ...



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