I'm pleased to announce the launch of a new project: CopyIsDesign.com. This Tumblr is meant to illustrate the role copy plays in the user experience, through the sharing of examples of great/bad copy and translated copy.
I've looked on UI Patterns and haven't found examples of the pages to create a new account. The flow steps I currently have is for the new customer to enter basic contact information and then navigate to a second page to enter credit card information - with the option of using the information from the contact page. I am being 'pushed' to combine the contact info. with the credit card info. in the hopes of a higher conversion rate. It will make for a very long page which is a poor experience. Ideally, we'll do some A/B testing but we need to get out the door first.
I am looking for websites that do not display navigation (in the traditional sense) on the homepage. Yes, any link could be considered navigation but I am specifically looking for sites that lack navigation until the user is deeper within the site structure.
What are your thoughts on this presentation? Could this be a jarring or unexpected experience?
I am looking for some insight or information on how to make jQuery work within the framework of Tealeaf.
Currently I'm working on checkout processes in online shopping, if you are aware of some e-commerce sites which provides some great user experience or interactions, I would love getting your input and ideas.
I'm looking for any research or information on best practices for designing interactions where users have to accept some legal terms and conditions. For instance - what are the advantages/disadvantages of presenting terms to the side of the main form vs. below or in a pop-up? Or - if the terms are going to be in a scrolling window, are there any guidelines about how big that window should be? How many lines should show at once relative to length of the whole agreement?