- 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
- [Emily] Web forms are everywhere. We use them everyday, but often the user experience is impacted by poor design, badly phrased questions, and technical issues. My goal is to share with you terminology, techniques, and best practice tips so that you'll be able to design better web forms. You will gain an understanding of simple things you can do to avoid confusing your user and ways in which you can build more streamlined customer interactions. Welcome to UX for Web Forms. My name is Emily Kay, and I've been designing and developing websites professionally and teaching others how to build them for the past two decades. My intention is to help you become more efficient as a designer, and to infuse UX into all forms you design. You'll not only want to meet the expectations of your customer, but also satisfy the needs of their customers. Join me on LinkedIn Learning as I share my favorite Form UX techniques with you. Let's jump in and start designing good forms.
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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