New article- http://uxm.ag/lp – Web Forms How-To Part 1: Simplicity. Keep signup forms simple & fast, and delegate as much as possible #ux
At one point in the history of UX design there was almost hysteria for simplicity, with many people claiming that simplicity was always good and complexity was always bad. Lately, though, it’s become clear that not everything can have only one button, and pursuit of simplicity by omitting important functionality is not good for user experiences. A certain level of complexity is good as long as it adds value through functionality. The optimal level of complexity any given certain product is totally dependent on the particulars of the product, so it’s impossible to define a sweet spot for every possible product.
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