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Frequent Error Users Often Meet When Logging In

Despite how much users try to avoid making an error, it is impossible to eliminate user errors. Here we will discuss frequent errors users often meet when logging in.  For most people, logging into sites or apps is standard and a part of their daily routine.  That's why we all intuitively do internet surfing until something goes wrong and an error occurs from our side. For example, we forget our password, username, or the email address through which we signed up. Wrong Username or password When users face a log-in problem, there is a high chance that they have entered a wrong combination of a username and password. It leads to multiple attempts before a successful login. However, it develops fair enough frustration for users, which resulted in their instant quiet.  Furthermore, the Generic responses such as 'Your email or password doesn't match' usually do not provide meaningful feedback for users. It does not allow them to fix user's problems instantly. On the other hand, users, who are not logged in yet, would read, "One of these two fields is wrong but I shall not tell you which one."  That's why it reduces conversion rates and engagement. However, the user should get help via a login task efficiently and effectively. That's why the response should explain exactly not matching correctly that is the password or the email address. Users have Changed Their Password Users make an error while getting so used to typing in their old password that they have forgotten they changed it. As a result, when they see an error message "Your password is incorrect," they simply believe that they're mistyped the password. What users required, in this case, is a reminder that their password was changed.  Rather than giving users a "Your password is incorrect" error message, they need to know how long ago they changed their password. Therefore, this kind of message should only appear when users type in their old password. Most of the time, users mistyped a password then the system displays a regular 'Wrong password' error message to them. Multiple Log-in Errors Users have multiple sign-in options, for example, sign-in through Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ on a site or app. Users might not remember which service they used to sign up for, or they used one at all. Therefore, they hesitate or fail to log in.   On the other hand, if users choose the wrong provider, rather than signing in to the service, they probably end up signing up unintentionally, thereby creating a new account. A site or app capable of perfectly matching accounts from different services but there is no complete guarantee of whether a social media account belongs to the same person. Therefore, for solving multiple log-in problems, users should keep logged in until they explicitly sign out. The fewer people indeed need to log in, the fewer sign-in problems users will have. On the other hand, a further better solution is that remember users when they return. Quora removes the requirement for you to enter a password while re-logging into the service. All you need to ensure is to enter the website and click on your profile picture or name on the log-in screen. Moreover, these solutions have a downside, as well. Such as these solutions work only for people who return to the website while using the same browser. If users log-in by using a different browser or device, this technique will not be much helpful. Determine a 'Forgot Your Password' Flow Like everyone at least once in their life, forget where they left their wallet or keys, users will be likely to forget their password. Therefore, this kind of situation must be handled better by the login process. Furthermore, Login forms offer a 'Forgot Password' link to reset the password for the user. Do not let this link appear after the user clicks on the password field or has already entered the wrong password. Do not allow users to enter their email address again on a forgot password page if they already entered their email address. Then use the forgotten password feature also. Do not send the current or temporary password through an email.  The correct step to send a reset password link is to send it to the registered email address only. Furthermore, make sure that the reset password email sends as fast as possible because users might get disturbed when they will have to wait to login. The reason is that the forgotten password email takes too long to arrive. If users can't access their email, then the full options in this situation will only depend on your kind of service. It makes sense for you to have a few security questions upfront. Therefore, use them as an access point and make it easy if users forget their password.

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Dr. Gottam is a board certified dermatologist, specializing in the care of skin for all ages. Raised in Illinois, she completed her undergraduate studies in anthropology and chemistry at the

Dr. Gottam takes great pride in providing excellent dermatology patient care. She likes to combine evidence based medicine with advances in science to provide the best care for her patients. She believes that a detailed evaluation coupled with clear communication are the keys to providing top notch care for patients of all ages in general dermatology, skin cancer treatment, and cosmetic services. Rest assured that Dr. Gottam's warm and friendly personality coupled with her expertise in dermatology will satisfy all of your skin care needs.

 

Dr. Gottam is married with two young children. She enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family.

ART OF DERMATOLOGY PHYSICIANS

Dr. Gottam has nearly a decade of experience in dermatology, having practiced in Illinois, Florida, and Michigan before founding the Art of Dermatology. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, as well as a diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology. She is also a proud member of the Michigan Dermatological Society and the Women’s Dermatologic Society.

University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and with highest honors as a James Scholar and Bronze Tablet honoree. She received her medical degree and completed her internship in Internal Medicine from the University of Illinois in Chicago. She then went on to complete her dermatology residency at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where she also had the honor of serving as chief resident during her final year. She received board certification in dermatology in 2009.

Dr. Kinsleyis a board-certified dermatologist, with expertise in caring for skin conditions from the pediatric to elderly population. She grew up in Royal Oak and Utica, and is excited to return to the area to care for patients in the metro Detroit area.

Dr. Kinsley co-owns a private strongman/powerlifting gym. She enjoys hanging out with her dogs and cats in her free time and likes to move heavy things around for fun.

Dr. Kinsleycompleted her undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan, where she graduated with high honors. She then went on to medical school and completed her dermatology residency in Bethesda, Maryland, while serving in the United States Air Force.

She looks forward to expanding the practice with Dr. Gottam and delivering top notch, comprehensive dermatologic care.

Dr. Kinsley has more than a decade of experience in dermatology and has practiced in Michigan and Indiana before returning home to join the Art of Dermatology.

Dr. Clark is a board-certified dermatologist, who focuses on medical and cosmetic dermatology. He was born and raised in Ann Arbor and attended The University of Michigan for his undergraduate degree. He received his medical degree from the University of Queensland in 2015. He went on to complete his dermatology residency at Saint Louis University, where he served as chief resident during his final year.

Dr. Clark's goals in patient care align with all of the other physicians at Art of Dermatology.  He enjoys working closely with patients to create individualized

He is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology.

treatment plans that accomplish each patient's goals. Evidence-based medicine and recent advances in dermatology guide his approach to patient care, allowing for the best outcomes for his patients. He enjoys practicing all aspects of dermatology – medical, cosmetic, and surgical.

Dr. Price is a board-certified dermatologist, with nearly a decade of experience in complex medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatology. Born and raised in Grosse Pointe, MI, she completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan. She then graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2009. There she received the School of Medicine Faculty Endowed Scholarship (2006-2008) and the Janet M Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation in 2009.

What Dr. Price loves most about being a dermatologist is helping patients deal with complex skin conditions. When she see improvement in the skin, it brings a joy and lightness back to the patient which she finds very rewarding. She cherishes her strong ties to the community, and it warms her heart when patients refer their family and friends to her.

She completed her internship at St. John Hospital and her residency in dermatology at Wayne State University, where she served as the chief resident.

 

Dr. Price is married and has two little girls. She loves playing tennis, travel, photography, and simply enjoying good times with family and friends.

Dr. Cohen is a board certified dermatologist with over 20 years of experience in both medical and surgical dermatology. After growing up in West Bloomfield, he attended Michigan State University and then received his medical degree from the University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine. After a rotating internship, he completed his dermatology residency at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, in Pomona, CA.

He then founded Great Lakes Dermatology, where he has been serving the Novi and surrounding communities for the past 20 years.

Dr. Cohen values the relationships he’s built with his patients through the years.  His personal approach to dermatology is one of the things his patients love most about him.

Dr. Cohen is a fellow of the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, and is a member of the American Osteopathic Association and the Michigan Osteopathic Association.

Dr. Viola is a board-certified dermatologist who practices both medical and cosmetic dermatology in patients of all ages. She has a special interest in the treatment of skin cancers, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and alopecia. A native New Yorker, she completed both her dermatology residency and a dermatopharmacology fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where she served as chief resident in her final year.

Dr. Viola is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and a diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology, and several other dermatological societies. Her dermatological approach is patient-centric. She focuses on the unique needs of each individual, and her translational medicine and clinical trials background allows her access to the most up-to-date treatments in her field.

Dr. Viola also received a Master of Health Science Research degree from Yale University School of Medicine while in the prestigious Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars program.

When not practicing medicine, she enjoys traveling and cooking with her husband and young son.

Dr. Haddad is a board-certified dermatologist who is passionate about dermatology for all ages and all ethnicities. She was born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan and graduated from Troy High School.

After graduating from Oakland University and Michigan State University, she worked at Providence Hospital in breast cancer research prior to attending Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her internship and dermatology residency at Botsford General Hospital in Farmington Hills.

 

She has been a Clinical Professor at Michigan State University, Trinity Health, and Ross Medical School. Her extensive experience in laser technology and treatments, and her talent is in reversing sun damage, aging, and volume loss using multiple modalities. Having a Mediterranean background, she has a passion for safely treating all skin types.

Dr. Haddad has traveled across the country as a National Educator and Consultant for the Laser and Aesthetic Industry.

tting patient’s goals and needs first. That is why after 27 years of private practice, Dr. Haddad is honored to be a part of the collaborative, talented team at Art of Dermatology.

Dr. Vermeesch is a board certified dermatologist and fellowship trained Mohs micrographic surgeon. Born and raised in mid-Michigan, she attended the University of Michigan where she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in mechanical engineering. She then attended Michigan State University for medical school and was awarded the Carnegie Medal for Academic Excellence.

Dr. Vermeesch practiced in southeast Michigan for the first few years of her career before joining Art of Dermatology. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and providing medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology care. She treats every patient as if they are a member of her own family. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology and an associate of the American College of Mohs Surgeons.

She completed her dermatology residency at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor where she served as chief resident during her final year. She then continued her training at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital by completing a fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology.

Dr. Vermeesch is married and has one young daughter. She enjoys running, hiking, playing sports, and spending time with her family.

Dr. Riyaz is a fellowship-trained Mohs micrographic & reconstructive surgeon with interests in skin cancer, Mohs surgery & complex facial reconstruction. He completed his dermatology residency at Henry Ford Health System, and a formal Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology fellowship at Northwestern University.  While at Northwestern, he also completed a year long accredited fellowship in cosmetic dermatology.

His easy-going demeanor and enthusiasm for patients help create the most comfortable surgical experience. His meticulous approach and precision allow for the highest cure rates and excellent aesthetic reconstructive outcomes.

Dr. Riyaz practiced for the first few years of his career in Washington, DC, and was named to Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Doctors in his first year of practice.

Dr. Riyaz is married and has one young daughter.  Away from work, he enjoys cycling, volunteering, exploring various cuisines, and spending time with his family.

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Dr. Viola’s dermatological approach is patient-centric. She focuses on the unique needs of each individual, and her translational medicine and clinical trials background allows her access to the most up-to-date treatments in her field. Committed to research, Dr. Viola feels fortunate to be able to translate these innovations into appropriate and optimal care for her patients.

Type of Practice

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Specialties

  • Dermatology
  • Pediatric Dermatology

Treatments

  • Oral Systemics
  • Biologics
  • Other

Payment

  • Cash / Credit
  • Medicare
  • Private Insurance

Credentials

  • FAAD
  • Corrona Registry

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