A Credit Card Checkout Challenge
Design a credit card checkout form or page. Don’t forget the important elements such as the numbers, dates, security numbers, etc.
Online shopping can be tedious and time-consuming, especially when it comes to entering credit card details. Users often have to switch between different screens or apps to enter their card information, which can disrupt the shopping experience and increase the risk of errors. Additionally, entering sensitive information like credit card details can make users feel anxious about security and privacy.
To solve this problem, I tried to set the stage on an augmented reality (AR) checkout form that allows users to enter their credit card details in a seamless and secure way. The AR interface is overlaid onto the user’s physical environment, so they can enter their details without having to switch screens or apps. The interface is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, with clear instructions and visual cues to guide users through the process. Additionally, the AR interface uses encryption and other security measures to protect users’ data, helping to build trust and confidence in the shopping experience.
Prototyping an AR stage with a gif background in Figma is a bit tricky. Every Figma frame must start at the gif’s beginning. I wonder if it’s the same case with a video background.
It’s still difficult to create an augmented reality (AR) stage in Figma with a gif as the background. It is oversimplified because every Figma frame must begin at the beginning of the gif, and breaking the gifs apart would not work well with Figma’s smart animate feature. Using a video editor would make it easier and more fluid. I’m going to have to recreate this one soon.