SugarCRM Login Screen Customization: 10 Awesome Login Screen Ideas

When your employees come to office and sit in front of a computer to log into their CRM system, there can be one of the two scenarios: they either see a generic and mundane login screen with default CRM logo promoting them to sign in or there is a well-designed and welcoming screen asking them to login into the software they will be using all day long. Everyone would opt for the second option but at the same time wonder if there is any utilitarian benefit of having a well-designed login screen. Let me explain.

The design of a CRM’s user interface plays a critical role in its success. No matter how good a CRM is, it will not be able to achieve an organization’s goals if employees are hampered by a dull and boring user interface. Software provides great user experience when it is useful, usable and most importantly desirable, explains Forrester’s Principal Analyst, Mike Gualtieri. (do rel =nofollow)

One of the key aspects of making a CRM like Sugar desirable to use is to make the login screen so attractive that it arouses emotionality in the user. In this post, I have come up with 10 great examples of how your Sugar login screen can be customized to change its look and feel.

First Things First…

Sugar’s default Login Screen

This is how the Sugar login screen looks by default.

10 Great Examples of how SugarCRM Login Screens can be customized

1. Reflect your brand’s personality

One great way to redesign your login screen is to reflect your brand’s personality. It can also be designed to reflect the personas of your users, what they like, dislike or aspire to be.

The example below shows a login screen for a Gym or Fitness Center.

2. Show the users why they are logging in

In this example of a travel agency, the users are shown what they would be doing once they log into Sugar. This message should resonate with the user and give their work a sense of purpose.

3. Using irony where you can

In this example, the irony is used that while users work the clients smile. Not at them though; the message is for a dental clinic which shows that the work of dentists contributes to the smiles of patients.

4. A story about the company’s history

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