• Matt Aussaguel, over 8 years ago

    Hi all, if you want to give it a try, I've just added it to the MaterialUp submission form.


    5 points
  • Suganth SSuganth S, over 8 years ago

    Terminator genesys trailer is out. Coincidence? I don't think so

    3 points
  • Bryce DriesengaBryce Driesenga, over 8 years ago

    This seems nifty. I'm still a but unclear as to how it works though.

    2 points
  • Mike ArndtMike Arndt, over 8 years ago

    Is it just me or did anyone else look for an identical picture on the mobile-friendly reCAPTCHA?

    1 point
  • Nathan ManousosNathan Manousos, over 8 years ago

    Seems cool, and I have some hunches as to how it works, but how do you write a blog post like this and just leave out any mention of how it works? As if people are going to go "Of course! Just click a box that says I am human, why didn't I think of that!"

    1 point
    • Ciriac TrompCiriac Tromp, over 8 years ago

      Totally agree with you. Why can't they do the initial check in the background? And only if it there's suspicion of a bot, then show the good old captcha which most people are already familiar with.

      I mean the whole animation looks nice, but I'm not sure it adds any value. On top of that I would have gone with something less "Google-ish" which can be easily incorporated in any design.

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  • Kelly SuttonKelly Sutton, over 8 years ago


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  • Priit HaamerPriit Haamer, over 8 years ago

    After this, captcha is still a worst UX experience there is. It is a work offloaded from handful of developers to all the users who must suffer and complete exercises in order to submit forms.

    There are many ways to perform "negative captchas" that do the captcha the other way around -- detecting whether form was submitted by robots. Real humans should not have to do any tricks for simple form submissions.

    I've been using simple hidden e-mail field trick for years and it catches around 95+% of robot submissions. If you combine it with additional statistical analysis, you get a pretty solid system without bothering real people.

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  • Addy ThomsonAddy Thomson, over 8 years ago


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  • Joel CalifaJoel Califa, over 8 years ago

    Very excited about this. CAPTCHAs are a huge pain point in online experiences.

    0 points
  • Clark WimberlyClark Wimberly, over 8 years ago

    Been in place on the goo.gl URL shortener for a while now: http://goo.gl/

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