For the past year a bunch of us in the ULX working group at Kantara has been working on the UX challenge of cross-protocol login UX. The idea was to design a user interface that mere mortals could use to login irrespective of underlying protocol. The reality is that users don’t care whether it is OpenID, i-cards, SAML (or even Facebook Connect) or anything else under the hood. They just want it to work. So we asked ourselves why can’t there be a common UX that’s easy to use. So…without further ado…
We’ve not yet mocked up what happens AFTER you have an active client installed. In other words the mockup assumes an unmodified browser. But before we continue we wanted to show what we’ve got and get some reactions.
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