Join Emily Kay for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of UX for Web Forms.
- [Instructor] Thanks so much for joining me … in this UX for Web Forms course. … You should have a better understanding of forms, … feel more comfortable in making decisions … about what makes a form flow, … and what sorts of techniques you can utilize … to significantly improve the end user experience. … Forms are so important … that they should not be an afterthought. … They are a piece of the puzzle … that allow you to interact with your users. … To sum up, they're super important. … Just remember that there isn't a black and white solution … for every situation. … You may find that in some instances … it makes sense to go against the material we covered here. … Your goal is to have your form just work. … The user shouldn't have to think too hard. … They shouldn't have to consider the questions too deeply. … The form should be designed … so it offers clarification where needed, … and hopefully it may surprise and delight them … in some little way. … You want them to complete the process …
- Why form design matters
- Incorporating visual information
- Selecting colors for web forms
- Designating types of inputs
- Grouping and sequencing questions
- Helping with predictive search
- Showing validation and success messages
- Addressing errors
- Designing forms for mobile screens
- Leveraging boxes, buttons, and tabs
- Adding CAPTCHA to forms
- Accessibility considerations
Skill Level Intermediate
Design the Web: Styling Form Elementswith Chris Converse39m 34s Beginner
Careers in Web Design and Developmentwith Jen Kramer27m 55s Intermediate
1. Forms Are for Everyone
2. Form Organization
3. Organizing Content
4. Guiding Users Through the Form
5. Actions and Buttons
Alignment and styling3m 24s
6. Form Visuals
7. Specific Form Type Tips
8. Common Form Needs and Considerations
Next steps2m 3s
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