I've taken over a large scale project and revamped how the whole system works. But one issue we have is a 'not-so-user-friendly' set-up page for the app.

I was wondering if anyone has any links to a place where I can see examples of good 'setup pages'

We've got text inputs for information, graphic upload functionality and the like, but I'd like to make it... "look easier to use"

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  • If you can figure out what "looks easier to use" means, half your work is done – Mervin Johnsingh Oct 26 '12 at 18:52
  • I'm just looking for some inspiration. Recoding the project was tiring enough - I'd like some inspiration on designing the back end of it – Alex Demchak Oct 26 '12 at 19:06
  • Can you provide some screenshots – Mervin Johnsingh Oct 26 '12 at 19:06

I recommend performing a search on Dribbble (www.dribbble.com). Though its primary purpose is to showcase beautiful graphic design, I have found a lot of great UI inspiration there.

Specifically, you might try the following searches:

Alternately, you can check out Pattern Tap (www.patterntap.com), which is intended more for UI inspiration but has fewer submissions to-date.


Like David said, Dribble is a great source for any inspiration, but there are a couple of other pattern websites that have what you're looking for.

Mobile Patterns: http://www.mobile-patterns.com/sign-up-flows/ (some good examples) UI Patterns: http://ui-patterns.com/patterns/Tour (an essay + examples)

Going to add UX Archive as well.

Hope those helped!

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