What is the significance of the "Sign Up" button on Facebook's new login page?

by asprin   Last Updated July 02, 2016 08:06 AM

So Facebook updated their login page. I couldn't help but wonder the reason behind having a Sign Up button in the header when there already is a Sign Up form in the body section.

What aspect of UX does it improve?

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I don't think Facebook would have redundant button that calls to the same action.Beside, that looks a bad design from my point of view.Nevertheless, I could only answer why Facebook uses the color green as their sign-up button. One of the test that was done by Hubspot, they find that colors "red and green" increases conversion rate, uses different color " to enforce behavior" and make a drastic impact on signup.

Serag Alzentani
Serag Alzentani
May 31, 2016 15:44 PM

Are you still seeing that? I see no such "Sign Up" button at the top, only a "Log In" button.

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which makes me think it may have been a temporary glitch or oversight.

scottishwildcat
scottishwildcat
July 01, 2016 17:19 PM

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