FxA Signed-in UX
rfeeley at mozilla.com
Wed Nov 27 04:14:41 PST 2013
My recommendation for web is no new tab, just a basic redirect. We need to behave like a native sign in would. We can't offer a popover, but many sites do redirects (if just to other pages on their own site) for sign in. We're fabulous enough to also offer it for sign up, right?
Ryan Feeley – terse mobile edition
Product Designer, Identity
> On Nov 27, 2013, at 6:28 AM, Shane Tomlinson <stomlinson at mozilla.com> wrote:
> On 25/11/2013 22:38, Ryan Feeley wrote:
>>> Interesting stuff! Raises so many questions:
>>> 1. If I click on “Account Settings”, what happens? What URL ends up showing up in the URL bar?
>> You will be detoured to something like accounts.firefox.com/settings, and returned back to the application when settings are updated and/or given a button/link to return back. I’ll continue on the FxA mgt UX tomorrow.
> A detour to the settings page will come with the same problems we currently have with authenticating a user using Persona, e.g. if the detour occurs in-flow, apps will have to take care to save any state before redirection and we will need a way to get the original state back. If the detour occurs in a new tab/window/web view, the initial tab may be difficult to impossible to return to in certain browsers.
> Technically, will in-flow redirection work on FFOS apps, or installed web apps on desktop/Android? Will CSP block this?
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