In general, Auth0’s user interface is smart and polished. One area it falls down on significantly ls how it makes use of company logos. Consider the following three screenshots. Admittedly one is in the admin portal, but still, all four are wildly inconsistent with one another, and three are badly broken, all generated from the same image. Moreover the only one that works only actually works because I padded the image itself with whitespace. When I first uploaded it cropped to the edge of the letters in our logo, the M and E in MACHINE where off the edges of the dialog box.
If you’re going to present the image on both white and nearly black backgrounds, you need to offer people the option to upload more than one logo image, and you should really provide clear guidelines on the size and shape constraints. The example in the first screenshot is from the error page when you try to use the back button to return to a password reset URL after changing a password, and clearly needs mending. There are other pages, like the “password successfully changed” page which don’t display the company logo at all. I’m not sure to what extent all of this is because I’m using the beta login experience, but company logos definitely need some love in the version I’m using
Error page. Chopped, too small and nearly opposite background to login page.
Default email template. Way too small, and opposite background to login page.
Login page. This one works
Dashboard. Squashed and Blurry