For more information, please visit the TID v4 Documentation site. You will need to sign in with your TID to view the site.
Trimble ID (TID) is Trimble’s single sign-on across all Trimble applications. “Trimble ID” is the official terminology used for all customer-facing material. Trimble ID (TID) acts as a Trimble passport that provides users with a seamless authentication experience across the Trimble ecosystem.
Can I Brand the TID Sign-In Page?
In previous versions of TID, there was extensive customization available for all pages related to the login process. This resulted in an inconsistent look-and-feel across Trimble applications. As we begin to focus more on user experience, a consistent look for our sign-in page is needed to convey a sense of unity to our customers. For this reason, there is limited customizability for the TID v4 sign-in page.
Modus components are used to align Trimble UX guidelines and ensure a cohesive and consistent brand experience. The splash screen graphic is brand-approved and not customizable. For more information on branding strategy, please visit Trimble Brand Resources.
Product Name Space (customizable): Your product name will appear here.
Trimble Branded Image Space: This is brand-approved and will be static across all applications.
Native and Social Sign-In Options: This will be static across all applications and devices.
Note: On smaller device screens, only the Trimble logo displays.
The sign-in page is designed to be responsive so the user experience is unified across all devices. The design adheres to Modus Grid & Spacing guidelines.
For larger screens, such as laptops and devices connected to a monitor, the sign-in panel appears on the screen’s right side.
For medium screens, such as on a tablet, the sign-in panel is centered.
For smaller screens, such as on a mobile device, the sign-in panel looks as pictured below:
Find additional resources for branding your sign in page on the TID v4 Documentation site.
|04/25/2022||1.3.0||New guidelines added and linked to TID v4 Documentation.||J. Dong|