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An Unnecessarily Detailed Look at the Design of the Login Screen

Login is possibly the most boring afterthought of any design project and it’s possible that you won’t read past this sentence as a result.

Still with me?

Good. Login is easy and has nothing to do with the amazing product you’re designing. And after designing dozens of other screens…

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Christian Beck

Christian Beck

By day, executive designer at Innovatemap where I help tech companies design marketable products. By night, co-founder of UX Power Tools.

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