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Personally I would go for an Office style approach / Career style approach - as the majority of people would understand this. You start at the bottom of the ladder and have to work your way up - getting benefits etc as you go along. I got the idea from the TV series SUITS a little - I have to admit. You start off at the ground floor and have work your way up ...


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Designing in an enterprise setting, we frequently distinguish between "Administrators" and "Business Users", the latter meaning users who do not change system settings, but rather pursue business goals with the help of the system. Needless to say, Administrators are Users as well, and usually we talk not of Business Users (because the category often is too ...


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I'am using 'public' as a namespace for non-logged-in users.


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I'd recommend to place Role link into options menu, where you already have Country and Language items. For usability reasons user need learn how to change the Role and system should provide visual feedback of the current state. To achieve this you can use sticky tooltip, which points to Role control and contains description for user. Please see the image ...


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Both Language and Country are settings that change the entire page. Seems like this Role setting does too so I'd go with your intuition and stick it up there - and just do your best to visually separate it. Another option would be to have the top left 'Logo' look different depending on what role you are, and make the logo itself a dropdown menu - which ...



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