Archive for 'Forms'

New Form Techniques Proven to Save Time and Money

New Form Techniques Proven to Save Time and Money

Filling out forms are painful when they’re time-consuming. A form that’s efficient to fill out can save users time. But it can also save companies a lot of money.

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Danger of Putting Login Fields on the Home Page

Danger of Putting Login Fields on the Home Page

What happens when a website puts their login fields in the upper corner of the home page? Users can easily mistake the login fields for a site search box and get confused.

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3 Ways to Make Checkboxes, Radio Buttons Easier to Click

3 Ways to Make Checkboxes, Radio Buttons Easier to Click

Checkboxes and radio buttons are an essential part of forms. But most of the time, they’re not easy to click. This is because their click targets are small. The smaller a click target is, the more difficult it is to click it.

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Why Users Fill Out Forms Faster with Unified Text Fields

Why Users Fill Out Forms Faster with Unified Text Fields

Nothing turns users off more than a long and complicated form. There are many ways designers can simplify their forms to make them faster and easier to fill out.

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Store Locator Forms Simplified to One Text Field

Store Locator Forms Simplified to One Text Field

Users use forms to do many things. Finding a local store to shop at is one thing that should take them little time and effort to do. However, most store locator forms are hard to use and take up too much time.

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Why Your Form Help Tips Should Open on Mouse Hover

Why Your Form Help Tips Should Open on Mouse Hover

Imagine a user who is filling out your form to buy your product. They suddenly run into a field that they have a question about. The good news is that you have a help tip next to the field to answer their question.

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Scoped Search Makes Information Harder to Find

Scoped Search Makes Information Harder to Find

Search is an essential feature for websites to have. Without it, users would have to rely on the navigation to find what they want. With it, users can find specific information easier.

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Why Your Form Checkboxes Need to Have Label Tags

Why Your Form Checkboxes Need to Have Label Tags

When designers think about forms, they usually think about text fields and submit buttons. Checkboxes don’t always get as much attention because they aren’t used as much. However, this doesn’t mean that designer should ignore how they display checkboxes.

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Innovative Techniques to Simplify Sign Ups and Logins

Innovative Techniques to Simplify Sign Ups and Logins

There are many ways to design sign up and login forms. Most designers are familiar with the conventional ways. But understanding and applying a few innovative techniques could make your forms simpler and more efficient to fill out.

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Captchas vs. Spambots: Why the Slider Captcha Wins

Captchas vs. Spambots: Why the Slider Captcha Wins

Anyone who has a form on their website has seen their fair share of spam. Spam is a huge problem for site owners. It can cost businesses time and money. To fight spam, many sites put captchas on their forms.

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