I have a page layout where the sidebar occupies the whole height. The sidebar is a list of different Project links, and the top element in the list is the Page Home link (a in this case).
The sidebar can be opened and closed. When closed, clicking anywhere in the sidebar opens it. When opened clicking in any element in the list will load it (wether it is a project or the Home) and close the sidebar.
The way I have it right now the logo acts with the same logic. So when the sidebar is closed clicking the logo will open the sidebar. And when opened clicking it will load the Home page.
My question is if this interaction is correct. When a user clicks in that logo should I understand he wants to open the Sidebar or open the Home? Even if the answer is probably most user will understand it to be the Home, should I keep opening the sidebar in the first click in case the user wanted to open the sidebar (as they can still open the Home with a second click)?