When we stumbled upon Netflix’s home page the other day we immediately thought that this would be a good showcase for how not to do your CAPTCHA. Which is exactly what we do in this video:
Netflix violate most of the guidelines Christian presented in a previous post titled CAPTCHA can kill your conversion rate such as:
Furthermore Netflix ask their visitors to confirm both their email and their password, which is just unnecessary friction: if the email is confirmed, just send the user a new in case he misspelled it.
Do you know any good or bad examples of CAPTCHAs?
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