Imagine you're a user filling in a registration form on a website. The form has about 20 required fields, so it's not a small form. Because the entire form uses inline validation, you're confident you ...
I'm creating a web form and have followed the best practices laid out here and on other UX sites so far. The one decision I still have to make is regarding the display of error messages and input ...
Consider this form in its blank state. Here's an example of an invalid entry. I pre-filled two fields because I belief that, edge cases aside, most users would attempt to use the form ...
I have two candidates for indicating that a form field is in an error state. Option 1 Option 2 Should the error icon be in the field, or next to the label? Or something else? Or does it not ...