We have a website that is dedicated to English teachers (English as a Foreign Language). The home page is mostly aimed at school principals - to interest them in our platform (product). That's why we've decided to make it in native language (not everyone knows English so well to make buying decision). The platform, after registering/signing up is entirely in English (we assume that English teachers know English:) so there will be no option of language change.
My question is: how to display the following options in the top/header of the homepage:
- log in
- sign up
- [native language]
As for logging in/signing up - there will be text links, how about changing language option?
We still have our doubts when it comes to setting the language option. On the way, we've excluded flags as controls (let's say we think it feels too 90's). Dropdown menu with only two positions makes no sense; having four links on the top of the page - is it a good option?
What would you suggest?