28 March 2018

Make your password form fields logical to use

wifi

Possibly the most common web form we encounter these days is the ubiquitous wifi password login. Almost every organization that provides wifi – public or password-protected – requires that we accept their terms of use before giving us interwebs access.

With any interaction, designers must present information and actions logically. In this case study, that’s the fail.

Migrated to parent blog, WiredPen.


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Posted 28 March 2018 by Kathy Gill in category "Design

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