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A: Probably not, unless there is something special about your userbase. When the user wants to reset their password, you can send them an email containing a one-time-use link that will let them reset it. This is standard practice across most login-based sites on the Internet. Is there a reason your site requires additional security, or some reason your ...


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Sometimes these odd UX choices don't come directly from the designer but rather from legal or another group within an organization. It's common to see these patterns when dealing with security & authentication.


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It's simple: their design makes no sense. Entering something twice has a purpose when there is no recourse if you get it wrong the first time: If you type your password wrong when setting it, you won't be able to log in (and you can't see your password, so it's easy to make a mistake). If you enter your email address wrong, the organization has no way to ...


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I think reporting crimes is a sensitive subject, and you might find people unwilling to report something if their name is directly attached to it. I think having the option to add your info is a good idea, but I would make that client-side and, as best you can, let the user known what you're doing with that info (i.e., nothing; storing it on the device and ...


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Cons for Registering Registering and logging in is a pain, so for usability purposes, don’t do it if you don’t have to. In your case, I can see a major disadvantage if a citizen has to log in to report something to the police: in the citizen’s excitement, s/he can’t get the password right, which delays or even prevents the police from getting critical ...



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