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We've been using a similar approach for Thymer since the beginning and we've always had a really good conversion rate (conversion between visitors and signups):

http://thymer.com/try/

Using a little creativity in the design, even for forms that users fill in only once has been a great way for us to set ourselves apart.




I knew I had seen this style on an app somewhere around here. Great work, I personally find these forms to be very intuitive. The only suggestion I have for Thymer is for the "re-type password" field. Your prompt there could certainly confuse some users.

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What he said. Also have you considered that people can type their password and even if they get it wrong it doesn't matter as their browser/password manager can still remember it. And even then they can always just reset it if they got it wrong.

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