I'm not sure I understand where all the current items under Settings would live if you remove the parent element but in any case, context wise I think password management belongs to an account or profile section. Have you considered renaming My Profile to My Account?
EDIT: I'm asking because profile relates to content about the user but account has a more ...
I think recently searched should be on top.It depends on the use case still recent works better as if the user has travelled recently to one of the favourites it is automatically listed there.
Alternatively, you can also show favourites before user enter "From and To" so that user can choose favourites (Routes or destination).
You should talk to your developers occasionally because they will tell you about potential solutions such as:
setup an API endpoint that receives the information from app (perhaps your API already has the information from earlier activities) and email from your server.
generate the image, text file, pdf, whatever programmatically then send it. Offscreen ...
You can monitor time from page load to successful log in.
To successfully measure something you need a baseline and a way to measure it over time.
Here's a article by nngroup with several examples of how to measure a metric in UX:
It even mentions Ease-of-use rating in Surveys.
hope it helps.
The questions you are asking are geared more towards a survey and that would be my method of getting the answer the Qs you are proposing.
If a survey is too blunt, then simply monitoring the number of users who are signing in using 2FA, in comparison to those who have started the process and not completed it, those whom have read information and not ...
This case happened to me. The brand color used by the company where I work is too bright, and it is very complicated to use on a white background.
The options you have:
Darken the primary color of the UI (the color of the brand)
Use a secondary if the brand has it.
It is very important when making a brand to take colors that have good accessibility (are ...
In addition to having a few color variations for a logo (black, white, color/multicolor, etc.), it's also common practice to have a few variations of the logo itself such as standalone icon, icon + wordmark lockup, standalone wordmark, etc. It would be hard to have one logo that works for all applications.
Think about Instagram, they have both the camera ...
Yes, totally fine. Ideally you would have a palette of colours for the company/brand. You'll need more than one colour for your application so if you don't have brand colours to work with there's no need to limit yourself to the 1 logo colour.