I am designing a navigation bar at the top of a web page with several buttons used for navigation.
On the right side of the bar, there are two buttons pertaining to user-specific functions (log in, manage account, alerts, etc.)
On the left hand side of the bar, there are three buttons. This is where I'm running into some trouble.
Right now, from left to right the buttons go: "General", "Product 1", "Product 2".
All three of these pages use the same template and design, however "General" is slightly different in purpose than the product buttons. The product buttons will take the user to a portal with information regarding the product itself, while the "General" button will take the user to a general page about the company itself (Sales & Services, Contact, Support, etc.)
My concerns are:
1.) Is "General" the right word to use here? I am afraid that simply using the company's name will make people think that it is a third product. Which leads to...
2.) How should I lay out these buttons to let users know that they are for different things? Perhaps separate "General" from the product buttons?