Microsoft Recently rolled out Redesign of User Sign-in UI for both Azure Active Directory(AAD),
what is the Change:
1. Redesign of Azure AD & Microsoft account sign-in experiences
Azure AD & Microsoft account sign-in pages will both change to have a consistent look and feel, so you won’t experience anymore jarring transitions when you move between the two.
2. Pagination of the Azure AD sign-in page
The new design prompts you to enter your username on the first screen followed by a credential (typically a password) on a second screen. Microsoft done a lot of testing of this design and telemetry shows that people are able to sign in with a notably higher success rate using this approach. It also sets us up to be able to easily introduce new forms of authentication like phone sign-in and certificate-based authentication.
How it loads,
Initially when you load PortalMicrosoft.com, it will load with default Microsoft Image
As soon as, user enter username, it gets redirected to the corporate branding Page where images are loaded
Even it remains same in the Old Sign-in Page,
Before entering user name,
After username entered,
Okay, Now we will see how it has been set in the Azure Portal.
Login to Azure Admin Portal, Portal.Azure.com and CLick on Azure Active Directory –> More Services –> Company Branding –> Click on Configure
Select Images and Texts based on the recommended Sizes and Types.. Always provide the recommended size to provide better Experience,
In Advanced Settings, Sign-in Color code type in HTML Code format, Please refer the Color Codes in this Article.. This color will get loaded if there is some issue in the loading Images.
Once all the settings are applied, click on the save to get the settings saved. try to load the login page in the browsers again to see the applied settings.