Anybody conducted research on having Sign in/Login a button and Sign Out/ Log Out link?
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I am working on an enterprise web app for a certain set of users. And they might not hit sign out/ log out often since they have to always perform certain tasks.
For ecommerce or external web apps my understanding is that sign out is a link so it is not prominent and we don’t lose the user but I was wondering if there is any other specific reason? Or standards for sing out/log out.
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From: Birgit Geiberger <birgit at caturanta.com>
To: Kinjal <kinju_3 at yahoo.com>; discuss at ixda.org
Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 9:12:27 AM
Subject: Re: [IxDA Discuss] Sign in/Login a button and Sign Out/ Log Out link?
I would say to choose one ore the other depends on the context and design as
well as your underlying business goal / goal of the particular page you want
to implement this.
Can you provide more context?
Am 29.04.08 16:01 schrieb "Kinjal" unter <kinju_3 at yahoo.com>:
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