Why Your Form Only Needs One Name Field

Why Your Form Only Needs One Name Field

Does your form have two separate fields for first name and last name? If it does, you are making it harder for users to fill out your form. But there’s a better way.

JotForm 4.0: Build Forms Anywhere, Anytime

JotForm 4.0: Build Forms Anywhere, Anytime

Forms are hard to manage if you don’t have coding experience. You often have to go through the developer to edit form elements and widgets. This can take many meetings, emails and revisions to get right.

The Conversion Rate Illusion of Modal Newsletter Forms

The Conversion Rate Illusion of Modal Newsletter Forms

Ever visit a site and had a modal window newsletter form pop up in your face? Of course you have, they’re all over the web today. There’s a reason why many sites use them.

How Chatbots Can Help Your Users Without You There

How Chatbots Can Help Your Users Without You There

2016 was the year of the Chatbot. Microsoft, Facebook, Google, and Samsung have all released chatbots, demonstrating the importance of artificial intelligence on the web.

Loop11: Online Usability Testing in Minutes

Loop11: Online Usability Testing in Minutes

Are you making the best design decisions on your site? If you don’t know how users are using your site, you probably aren’t. Seeing how users use your site allows you to see actual usability problems that come up.

Progress Bars vs. Spinners: When to Use Which

Progress Bars vs. Spinners: When to Use Which

How would you feel if you asked someone at the store where an item was and they just stood there? You would probably get frustrated and move on.

Why Formatted Data Fields Always Need Input Masks

Why Formatted Data Fields Always Need Input Masks

In the world of forms, there are two types of data input found on text fields. There’s data input that has no format (characters only).

Envato Elements: A Curated Library of Web Design Assets

Envato Elements: A Curated Library of Web Design Assets

Designing a website can take more time and effort than expected if you’re designing it from scratch. It’s faster to design off an existing template if it matches the site you want to build.

Why the Footer Is the New Site Map

Why the Footer Is the New Site Map

Years ago it was common practice to place a link to your sitemap in the footer navigation. Those days are over because the footer itself has become the new site map.