Hi, folks The design challenge was interesting and quite challenging at the same time. While doing research, I have found that most of the users provide the same password on every website they visit to view the content, and also the majority of users save their passwords on a different medium(notepad, doc file, google notes, etc.) which are somehow not secure to save the passwords. Design solution includes: 1. Generate a unique password with a filter option. 2. Save or store credentials (username and password). 3. Modify, remove, and view details of each credential. 4. Notification, password history, profile, global search, etc. are included in the UI. 5. MPIN, biometric authentication, and passwords for successfully logging in to the system. 6. Import and export options are available.
Hi, folks The design challenge was interesting and quite challenging at the same time. While doing research, I have found that most of the users provide the same password on every website they visit to view the content, and also the majority of users save their passwords on a different medium(notepad, doc file, google notes, etc.) which are somehow not secure to save the passwords. Design solution includes: 1. Generate a unique password with a filter option. 2. Save or store credentials (username and password). 3. Modify, remove, and view details of each credential. 4. Notification, password history, profile, global search, etc. are included in the UI. 5. MPIN, biometric authentication, and passwords for successfully logging in to the system. 6. Import and export options are available.

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Thank you so much for the feedback. Let's answer your points. 1. Indeed, the CTA has color contrast issues. In the next iteration, I will remove the gradient color and prioritize accessibility over aesthetics. 2. Yup, a filter option is available where a user can define the password length, select special symbols, change password character order, etc. 3. While doing research I have found that most users save the passwords either on Google keep or any text editor so I have designed an app in such a way that the user need not add the website and password manually instead while adding a new credential in any website, the system pop-up will appear asking the user to save the password in the app. This approach would be easy and reduce cognitive load since adding the password manually requires recalling the credential. But there might be a scenario where the user decided to add the password later, in that case, I could consider including add button in the UI. Labeling the icon and only icons both works perfectly in UX. In my case, the icon is well understood by the user. Indeed, the icon is for recent or password history. Resource: https://www.nngroup.com/articles/recall-beats-recognition/ Thanks again for pointing out my mistakes, and I hope you will understand my views as well.
Hi Suvam, Love the process you explained, the efforts you put in to make the screens. The UI part looks mesmerizing. Also loved the color schemes you have used in the screens but there are certain things I would like to point out.. 1st, the gradient used in the buttons of the screen (green & white) fail to match the WCAG Guidelines. 2nd, I am not sure whether the app provides the feature of filters while generating password, though you have mentioned in the UX, then it must be there (I am assuming). 3rd, there is the “edit password & generate password” feature, also the “import, export” option (which was unique and I liked it), but as a user I am not clear about how to add new websites and their password (which is the main challenge of the week). And the last point, I am not sure what the clock icon represents in the app (as a designer, I suppose it is the recent section), so it would have been better (in terms of accessibility) if you had mentioned names below the icon. That’s all from my side, I really appreciate your work, you have done a really commendable work. Good Luck.