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Neither approach If possible, settings should be on one page, and you should not have to re-enter your password. There are several ways to do this. Here are two: In the second approach, the password form is hidden and is displayed when the user wants to change the password.


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This depends on the level of security you require. Perhaps you can conditionally require the password depending on which fields the user has altered?


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I think @tohster answer covers photo usage quite well. So my answer will expand on the subject from a different angle. There are numerous examples of profile photos used within ERP and enterprise solutions in general. For example: Microsoft outlook uses senders photos in email headers and that looks like the mock-up below: Another example could be ...


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Yes! (but it's not what you think) Let's start with the downside of using profile pictures: Visually they can really clutter up lists and layouts. They are not terribly communicative. For enterprise applications a name is a lot more functional than a picture. You have to figure out how to get users to upload photos without making it a hurdle or an ...



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