A fine illustration of why you should always design using real content if possible!
Not necessarily recommended, but interesting, as discussed by Viget here.
An interior designer doesn’t design three different rooms for a client at the first kick-off meeting, so why do Web designers design three different webpage mockups?
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I’m interested in electric cars. But not when they’re presented like Smart’s Electric Drive microsite.
Poor experience all round.
"…if you are from 1996" - Cheeky form labelling from the Coke Jumper Generator
I love Satorisan’s overlay checkout process. Steps at the top, it’s all on one page, simple fields, easy peasy.
My password is a whole 18 characters long, but it’s still not good enough for Scottish Power! Grrrrr.
Two step form on one page, using tabs, at New Relic. Nice colloquial field labels and they’ve combined first & last names to keep it shorter.
Crazy fact, from here:
The jury is still out on the Dinnr service, but I do love the fact they recommend playlists to accompany your meal!!
Next to the price, in a drop-down menu - that is such a random place to put the sharing links, App Store!
As seen here: