Many site designers opt to include social icons near the top of the page or just below the body. While there’s nothing inherently wrong with this, having these elements in clear view early on might distract your audience and increase your bounce rate. If your content serves as a conversion funnel, meant to move users to take a specific action, you should do everything you can to keep people on a clear path.
At some point, you’re going to funnel users to your contact information — why not provide it right up front, when they’re ready? It’s useful to include a contact form in your footer. There’s even a web design standard that calls for placing it in the top right portion of the header, or bottom right and center areas of the footer.
When people forget passwords in most cases, they try to reset them. While reset option is a mandatory requirement for good sign in form, it still has one significant problem — users will need to do a lot of extra actions in order to log in into account (e.g. click “Reset password” link, check inbox for a message with reset link, click the link and create a new password). In the attempt to simplify the process, many apps and websites incorporated creative ways of login — such as temporary passwords ( the one-time password that will be sent to you):