Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

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  1. A nice “list”. Some of them still seem a little boring – definitely agree with you on #3 and #6 is very suited to their website URL (Namechecklist).

    As Facebook continues to gain “market share” it will be interesting to see how many more sites start creating sign in pages that work with Facebook connect. If I have a choice of creating yet another username and password for a site OR signing in with Facebook connect, I always opt for Facebook connect. (one less UN/PW combination to remember).

  2. A lot of nice work here. Very inspiring! Thanks for posting :-)

  3. Igor Ovsyannykov August 25, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    You have a great point, more and more websites keep using Facebook id. I just hope Facebook doesn’t rule the internet in a few years.

  4. Wow some are really nice logins!
    I will bookmark this for some inspiration in the future!

  5. Nice collection of login forms – some aren’t as nice but some really work the colors very well. Seems like there is a trend of using “hover” login forms nowadays.

  6. awesome colelction dude:)
    realli liked them a lot!

  7. WOW! that is what come in my mind after seeing all this staff. Thanks a lot.


    mobile me is nice too!

  9. I’d would strike #26 from the list. Not eye catching and a UX nightmare. Gowalla and Tumblr (#14 and #15) do it for me. Clean and simple.

  10. I guess this post is a great case study of usability and UX. A lot of do’s and dont’s for perfect forms. Some of these draw my attention, specially #14 which the cancel is a button-like too close of the positive action (sign in). It’s not wrong because the grey color and the left position are trying to avoid user’s mistakes. But it could be better turning it into a link. And I agree with some opinions above.

  11. Nice ones. Hope more people will think about login pages and change on their sites.

  12. Nice roundup Igor. It’s difficult to select one favorite from the plenty of beautiful forms that you listed, but I liked Beehiveapp the most.
    Thanks for sharing.

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