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I can't see a 'logout' button anywhere in the ux.stackexchange.com page. Advice was 'click on the 'StackExchange' logo (top left) to get the dropdown, but at present this just gets you a small screen of information about the Stack Exchange network.

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  • This is an interesting question. Since it can be generalized to 'How to design an intuitive way to log out of a system?'. But in this case it is more 'How do I log out of THIS system?'. As such, it belongs on ux.meta.stackexchange, since it is particular to how we perform this action only here. – wbogacz Jan 8 '18 at 2:16
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Here is the logout link over here. you may be not observe some hidden things that is not so noticeable often. the logout link is not nested inside the stack-exchange logo. its inside a hamburger menu icon which is just look like Stack exchange logo . check bellow the difference between the logo and its menu icon.

if you are about to logout then you can use the link https://ux.stackexchange.com/users/logout

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https://ux.stackexchange.com/users/logout

This is the way to logout of here.

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You can find it here. I also don't get why they designed it like this.

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    May be they want to discourage log out action – DesignerAnalyst Jan 8 '18 at 6:50
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The logo is actually on top right corner, next to question mark icon, achievements icon etc.

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