Firefox Accounts on the web...
rfeeley at mozilla.com
Mon Nov 4 07:15:28 PST 2013
Chris, John and I have been working on some designs for a website that sits at (proposed) accounts.firefox.com.
User flow and low-fidelity wireframes PDF: https://www.lucidchart.com/publicSegments/view/5277b812-0330-4f29-8075-04e70a005059
We need to make sure there is parity with the mobile flow (PDF): https://www.lucidchart.com/publicSegments/view/5277b847-0db0-4cb0-afcb-38d30a005c69
John even took it a step further on Friday with an high-fidelity animation.
What happens in the final frames is very important. We aim to indicate what services the user has authenticated with their Firefox Account. Each service will get its own page with a description, and a URL.
Very early, but thoughts? I will be meeting with Chris today to develop further. Hopefully accounts.firefox.com can be more than a one-feature site to change the account password (which can also be done with a reset view).
Product Designer, Identity
On Nov 4, 2013, at 10:04 AM, Lloyd Hilaiel <lhilaiel at mozilla.com> wrote:
> In discussions in madrid and over the past couple weeks, it’s becoming increasingly clear that we will have to host web based resources for various parts of the sign-up flows we’re implementing.
> This is some squishy work that will cut across multiple efforts. I’m curious if anyone has started trying to aggregate all of the different screens that will need to be web hosted across sync and fxa on fxos to figure out the best way to host all this jelly. From software layout to url strategy…
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