Registration Revamp

“In 1996, anyone who wanted to download Netscape or use its services had to persevere through 20 steps, fill out 26 fields of information, read more than 5

“In 1996, anyone who wanted to download Netscape or use its services had to persevere through 20 steps, fill out 26 fields of information, read more than 500 words of instruction, and click over to a partner site to download an authentication certificate, which he or she then ‘presented’ at the Netscape site. My task was to redesign this scandalous registration system; the goal was a short, consistent, usable interface within three weeks.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE