SSO User Experience

From Veridu

Single Sign-on experience

This section is a quick recap of what the end-to-end experience would be for the user within the Single Sign-on Process.

Note: that we’re using typical examples and that Veridu doesn’t power all screens in the below.

Screen Description
caption The usual ‘register’ and ‘login’ buttons are included on the site, typically in the top right corner.

First time user would navigate to ‘register’ to identify themselves on your site. A returning user would navigate directly ‘login’ to your site using a dedicated login button.

caption On the ‘register’ page the user will be given the option to use their existing social identity to login to your site.

You’d typically allow user to create a new account based on a username/password combination, requiring more account capabilities (e.g. recover password, delete, etc.).

caption Optional: If the user isn’t logged into the chosen social network on their current browser they will be asked for a username & password.

Note: you can either use your own or Veridu tokens to support this - see more in section “How can I integrate?”

caption Optional: If the user hasn’t previously given permission to see their data the chosen social service will request the user's permission to share their information.

Note: information requested at this stage will directly affect the identity score - see more in section “How can I integrate?”

caption The user is now logged in and you can use the Veridu identity scores to:
  • Tailor content
  • Treat weak IDs differently
  • Make users feel safer (assumes you block weak IDs and/or show ID scores)
  • Get quantified insight into your users