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What is the purpose of the authentication? Are you collecting e-mail addresses for a marketing campaign? I see another flow with your potential alternative User enters email and hits submit I read this as User enters fake email foo@bar.org and hits submit User sees content So the user can effectively view the content without registering


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A book I really found helpful for this topic is Seductive Interaction Design. It deals with the many ways we can keep the user invested in our content while we get the information from them that we need. Studies show that people who have made a very small commitment are psychologically more likely to agree to a bigger (and more inconvenient) similar ...


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All your 'hard to find login' examples have one thing in common: the login buttons are in the same place. Top right corner. This is an excellent position because it is the norm. Most websites put the login button top right and most users expect the login button top right. Your question is based on the assumption that the buttons are hard to find. I guess ...


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I think it depends on what the company wants their main page to do. For many of these sites there is a lot of content you can access without logging in, so they hook you with that and then reel you in at a later point when you need to create an account for access to additional functionality (even stack exchange does this). Since this part is more important ...


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Since you mentioned the different selections having equal weight in importance, I would present them equally on the page. Better possible options: A standard menu, with short descriptions underneath each option Radio buttons if you want the user to only choose one option and then move on to the next step Users spend very little time on landing pages so ...



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