Signup forms let users join online communities or access services with personalized experiences. Some users are reluctant to give personal info, even when they understand the benefits. Therefore signup forms should make joining as easy as possible.
Signup forms allow users to join online communities or access services with personalization. Because some users are reluctant to give personal details, signup forms should make joining as easy as possible.
Profile pages show information about users. People choose which details to share, and upload photos that they feel represent them well. Comprehensive profile pages can serve as starting points for social, professional, dating or media sharing.
Mobile displays lack space for full navigation — yet not every site can afford to simplify structures. Off-canvas navigation drawers solve this problem by concealing links until called for. They can also be designed as if they were their own
Search results pages are lists of links that relate to the user’s interest. In this case, search goes a step further by showing search terms related to the user’s entry, extrapolating on what might also interest them.
Login screens allow only registered users access certain parts of a site. They often require a password and username or email. Social media APIs also let them sign up with existing accounts from popular services like Facebook, Twitter or Google.
Search results are lists of links with descriptive text or imagery from which users choose. These offer previews of info relevant to their needs. In a way, they’re custom navigation by cutting across a site’s planned structure.
A staple of most social sites, feeds display items in chronological order with updates, pictures, likes, shares, and comments. Feeds are useful for sites with frequent updates, and often seen wherever personalization is required.