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comment What makes users register?
I however want to store information, to be able to manipulate that information/ send emails for confirmatin etc. Is that still possible then?
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comment What makes users register?
The front page, yes. I have based it upon it :) But for the rest,, no. ;)
Mar
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comment What makes users register?
Why not @bhagyas
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comment Creating Interfaces that Build Emotional Bonds
My god, the apple design even illicits religion. And I kid you not :google.nl/…
Mar
20
comment What makes users register?
ah, true. But I will be switching to using the e-mail to register, as I too have the same problem ;)
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comment What makes users register?
@DavidMurdoch what else do you want? No username? You want me to spout your email all over the interwebz?
Mar
20
comment What makes users register?
A very nice read, I think it applies to my site a little, as I am not forcing people to register, it is a added bonus for those that wish to have their own little place on the site. Or atleast, that is my wish. :)
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comment What makes users register?
I like this ^^, could you give an example of communicating benefits to users? I always like a clear "advantages of signing up" page, but have ever seen one in the wild? I always like those, because they give me an 'apple'-like benefits page. Which mostly has to look pretty.
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comment What makes users register?
You are certainly right about finding some real value to encourage registration. Does openID mean that people are registered to OpenID or does it fill in the fields automatically? I'll look it up anyway ;)
Mar
20
comment Mark input in forms as required even if all input is mandatory?
Mandatory, in written language is ok. Just google its usage. It is mostly used in signage. Given that the user is reading the web page this isn't so bad. Have ever actually said: ROTFL?
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