Interface Design and TinEye

Adelle from Web Design Ledger has a nice little post about interface design for login screens where our TinEye login screen is mentioned. Our goal in designing the TinEye interface was to make the user’s interaction as simple as possible. And a lof the the example’s that Adelle collected achieve exactly that. This is a wonderful compilation to inspire you in your next interface design development. Smashing magazine also has two great (old) posts with infinite resources web forms design patters part 1 and part 2. Enjoy!




Super tool. If only the “remember me” checkbox would work so I don’t have to log in every single time I use it………

Ozh Jan 05 09 at 2:25 am

We should be nearing the next update, right??

Derek Jan 13 09 at 2:13 pm

Ozh: that’s a known bug and we are working on fixing it. Thanks

Leila Boujnane Jan 13 09 at 2:20 pm

@Derek: oh we are but we would not want to be letting the cat out of the bag yet! Soon. Soon.

Leila Boujnane Jan 13 09 at 2:23 pm

Good to hear you’re working on it. Soon can’t get here soon enough! ;-)

It’s clear that your technology is the biggest leap forward in internet search since the birth of Google. Knowing Google’s desire to stay ahead of the curve on such things begs the question: when does Google buy Tineye for an obscene sum of money and incorporate it into Google Image search? Your technology parsing Google’s immense index would be a dream come true.

Derek Jan 13 09 at 4:13 pm

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