Filling out forms is no fun. Decreasing the number of fields in a form is always a desirable goal in webdesign because it could have an impact on conversion.
When it comes to design those forms we as designers, developers or product owners should always question the necessity of every single input field which leads to the following question:
Do we really need password confirmation fields?
Did you ever wonder why you are asked twice for entering your password during a registration process? The reason why users have to confirm passwords is simple: to avoid that people submit a password with typo mistakes without recognizing these. „Simplify your registration process by rethinking the ‚confirm password‘ pattern“ weiterlesen