The past 6 months I've been slowly studying Google's Material Design guidelines. I've been involved in a number of hybrid apps during this time and have loved the concepts behind MD, it inherently opens your eyes to key user experience issues and then immediately offers alternatives that merge the 'physical' and 'magical' so distinctly.
I have however struggled with a specific area of user experience during this time, consistently. I find that I struggle to be satisfied with the results when designing and implementing user forms (mainly registration and login), I love the material design inputs when used in certain use cases, but for registration (large forms) and login (tiny forms) I tend to end up with an incredibly empty interface.
I understand that mobile apps aren't usually exposed to a lot of registration/login forms as it tends to be a 'login with social media and keep it that way' situation, but as I understand, material design isn't a mobile application
TLDR does anyone have any tips for designing MD (material design) based registration/login forms? I've done the compulsory google search and have found nothing helpful apart from links to the google login form (which lets be honest isn't using the standard MD elements, is this the answer?)