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6 months ago
Log in insinuates the up coming UX to be a familiar one, and to lead to Logging in only. It also assumes you have already Signed up.
Sign in could be treat a little more loose, and lead to a Log in and/or Sign up form.
i don't think it matters 'to' much, or at least I have never read anything to argue one over the other. But in this visual Log in I would say is most appropriate.
Also :- http://loginform.com/ ?? :-)
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I like going with 'Log in'. But then you have to go with 'Log in form', which looks weird. I say kill "form", and go with 'Log in'. Ideally you don't even need that, you have a chunky blue log in button. But who knows.
@Rob Palmer ~ Branded07 I'm not redesigning loginform.com, dummy name. Which I thought wouldn't exist but alas, it looked like it did in 1997. :-)
@Kerem Suer Dummy name, should have clarified that really. :-) I like Log In and Sign Up overall.
I was just assuming this was your site design ;-)
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