UX Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult
Most of the time UX is just common sense. The designer here has asked for confirmation of an email address. Email addresses are collected in plain-text. The user can see what they typed and, if they typed it wrong, they can go back and correct the issue. So why ask for confirmation? There’s simply no need.
Worse still they haven’t asked for confirmation on the password. The password is obscured while it is typed. The user cannot see what they are typing and, if they make a mistake, will have no way of knowing unless forced to confirm the password.
Please, people of the world, if you’re designing a form for the web employ common sense!