In Rare Form: Best Practices For Online Forms
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Synopsis –How many times have you come across an annoying web form that is nearly impossible to fill out? Whether it’s for online banking, shopping or online inquiries, more often than not the form is missing a key component. Form builders tend to neglect special needs or international users, for example, or don’t provide enough space for required information. According to Kim Krause Berg, the art of creating a usable web form is to design it so that a wide variety of people can actually use it. Here are some tips on creating a successful web form.
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About the Author
Kimberly Krause Berg (7 Posts)
Kim Krause Berg began working in website design in 1995. Her consulting business, Cre8pc (cre8pc.com), was launched in 1996, where she is a global Usability/IA/SEO consultant. Her training includes software testing, user interface and usability, information architecture, search engine marketing, and human factors design. In 1998, Kim founded Cre8asiteforums.