Forms are generally used to retrieve user input such as text, selected radio button, selected checkboxes and actions like pushing a button

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Formatting a Login Screen

I am designing a login page for my school's network. I'd like to display the logo of our school next to the login form. I've created two prototypes: In the first design, the image+form is ...
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Is there any convention about iOS forms

I've been searching for a while now and didn't find the right answer for my question about iOS forms, that is: Studying some iOS forms, I discovered 02 main styles for forms's title and placeholders. ...
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How to edit forms that have been completed in steps?

I have restructured one big form into 5 steps (progressive enclosure) like checkout process on eCommerce sites. At the last step we show preview of all the fields along with a submit button. This ...
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Possible ethical ways to prevent user leaving last “confirm” stage

I am designing a form having multiple stages where user 'Confirms' the quotation at the last stage. While thinking about how to prevent user leaving this last confirmation page (before he actually ...
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The most efficient solution for breaking this form into multiple tabs

INTRODUCTION AND RELEVANT INFORMATION I am software developer who must create application for managing contracts. I am very "clumsy" regarding UX, so I am not satisfied with what I have made so far. ...
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Improve design for master-detail interface

INTRODUCTION AND RELEVANT INFORMATION I am programming application that writes data about contracts into database. It is similar to banking software. Contract is very complex data, so let me ...
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Is it necessary placing exit/cancel/close button if there are 'x' (close button) at the pop up window

My dekstop application use a lot of .showdialog to open new form. Then it's necessary placing some method for the user who want close the popup form. I already using 'x' (close form, near minimize and ...
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What value does :focus CSS state add for buttons?

We all know that :hover is required if you want to create sophisticated user experience. It allows users to recognize a click option on an element. I wonder what value does :focus add for buttons? ...
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Better Approach for 4-level Tree Structure

I have a 4-level radio button list which is like: On page load, only the 1st level options are shown (Alpha/Beta/Gamma/Delta). Based on the value selected in the 1st level, the corresponding 2nd ...
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Whether to use checkbox or radio button to distinguish an item

On my site, CodeHive we have a thing called Boards. Boards are used to either share a programming tip or ask a question. Currently we don't have a way to flag a Board to differentiate between a tip or ...
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Responsive form design

Is it better to break a responsive screen into 2 steps? Having a long form like this attached image, Is it bad for UX or is it better to break into 2 steps?
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Encourage users to add comments to questions. Is it good UX to show a toggle button or is there a better way?

I want to encourage users to add comments but all the questions show up on one page so having all the comment boxes visible takes up too much vertical space. Is it good UX to show them on clicking a ...
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Manage big form view without javascript [closed]

I have a big form composed of one thousand input checkboxes (divided in group of about 100 checkbox) and more inputs of various type. When the form is completely visible it is very ugly and ...
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Empty input fields after submission? [duplicate]

What's "best practice" after submitting successfully a form? Should the fields get cleared or should the keep their values? Currently I keep them but some users may get confused (even seeing a ...
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short vs long message - input placeholder

I'm working on a profile update form, it got me wondering - what's the pros&cons of displaying a short placeholder vs a long placeholder? First candidate: Current Password Second candidate: ...
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What do you call a form that changes based on users answers?

I am looking for what to call the UX idea of a form that changes based on the answers a user has entered. For example a web form that asks: Are you satisfied with your purchase? If you answer ...
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Where should I put an Add button in a Bootstrap Modal dialog?

I have a UI like this designed at the moment with Bootstrap modal: I was thinking the "Add Shift" button looks misplaced. Would there be any better placement for the button so it doesn't look so ...
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Repeated Form Filling

Imagine you're operating a machine doing several jobs a day. Each time you start a job, you have to look at a screen to check and possibly change the machine settings. I know that, from force of ...
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Improve form design for more efficient editing/browsing through data

INTRODUCTION: I am asking for advice to properly redesign the GUI so user can have the best possible user experience. Although I am generally satisfied how things turned out for entering data into ...
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intuitive multiple directory (like file input) selection design (pic)

Anyway, I'm a developer by trade, but do most of my own design work. The program I'm currently developing requires that the user "configure" several directories in which several 3rd party executable ...
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User's availability calendar - what is the most intuitive way to allow them to complete this?

I need to allow users to complete an availability calendar. Very basically, they'll either be available or unavailable on a given day. I don't need to go any deeper than days. However, I'd like them ...
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Can not design window to be used both for inserting and reading data from database

I am working on a financial software which has a lot of data to be entered into database. I have managed to design user interface for entering data on my own, and my employers are satisfied. ...
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Error message for “already submitted” in signup form

Consider a simple email signup for reference. Is it necessary to inform the user they've already submitted their email so long as the initial submission was a success and the server identifies and ...
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Displaying N levels of organisational hierarchy intuitively

I need to display top-down hierarchical data in a web browser that represents the geography of a large organisation. The data looks like this (except the actual list is enormous with 8000 staff across ...
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How 'similar' should names be to qualify as possible duplicates?

This is with reference to this question about possible duplicates. The question now arises is, how similar should these names be to mark them as possible duplicates? For example, Rajan Electricals ...
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Should I limit inputable characters in an internationalized multiplatform app?

Suppose I am releasing a mobile app and website and make it available to English-speaking and non-English speaking users. We already support UTF8 encoding throughout our technical stack. However, is ...
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Inline checkbox that excludes previoius possible input, how do I combine this elegantly?

I'm designing a mobile web form where a user will fill in various personal information and finally add a signature, where users with touch capable devices will be presented with a full screen view ...
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How to enhance bilingual - auto suggest search box?

Our users need to submit a form for submitting a request. Form is available in multiple languages. This form has text box ( the most important field, works as a auto suggest search box). We used to ...
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How to solve problem showing too many fields in a form?

I have a form with more than 20 fields to fill and this is in a popup dialog. What is the best way to handle this?
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Approaches on having a sign in, sign up, and guest form in mobile app with as little annoyance as possible

At a university class we are to create an application for mobile devices for an actual client (a municipality). The app allows inhabitants of said municipality to file complaints concerning roadway ...
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Is there anything wrong with disabling radio buttons, and how would you justify it?

I have a dynamic form consisting of a number of choices, where the user makes a choice at each point using a radio button (toggle implementation of radio button behaviour) Depending on the choice the ...
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Sollution for user's location input?

So I have a form with two inputs. The first one is for a product search and another for choosing its location - city. As I'm predicting, 80 percents of the time, the location will be user's current ...
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Should I put the PayPal option at the beginning or middle of a purchase experience?

PayPal stores user addresses for quick shipping entry. The question I have is, should I have the PayPal vs. native pay option right at the front of the process, so all information is handled by PayPal ...
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Best practice to select multiple two-dimensional options

I have some ideas how the selection of clothing sizes in an online shop should work, but that’s a question for another day, today is about bra sizes. There are several systems out there ...
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Mobile Input: Numbers and Letters

First some context, I'm building an application that will be used by professionals working on cars. Each time they do this they are required to fill out a form, the goal of our mobile app is do to ...
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What input fields should I include in the registration? [duplicate]

I was wondering, what would be the most user friendly solution for a registration process. There are two ways I took under consideration. First asking the needed info in the registration form: ...
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When should I validate that the password in a confirmation field matches the first password entered?

If a user creation page has a field where you are asked to re-enter your password, when should the page validate that the second password matches the first? I do not have control over whether or not ...
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“Remember me” login functionality

Is there any research available about the viability and use of "Remember Me" toggles/check boxes on login flows? I can't seem to find any information on whether or not they're used or not.
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Should ZIP/postal codes be mandatory on web-forms? [duplicate]

Given that many jurisdictions (including my own) don't use postal codes, should the ZIP/postal codes be mandatory on web-forms? Additional info: I'm a web developer building ecommerce sites, and ...
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How to improve formatting in user generated content (free text fields)

I run a small job site and one of the big problems I'm trying to solve is to increase the quality of the formatting used in the job adverts. As it turns out copy and paste is painfully common and ...
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An alternative to reCAPTCHA, which is already solved and proven, BUT consisting on operations, images or questions, instead of distorted characters?

I'm working on a service request form, between 5 and 10 fields (depending on the service). *And, possibly, a recaptcha that the Security team is asking us to add. The case is a user requesting an ...
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What's better UX: Letting users completing a form with errors marked inline? Or, block the rest of the form as soon as there´s a wrong field?

I'm using inline validation (on blur) as soon as the user clicks/tabs another field. Is it good to block the rest of the fields (previous and following) when a field is validated? The case is: ...
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Yes and No buttons are both positive. Is it okay for these to both be green, implying 'success'?

This is similar to Should "Yes, delete it" be red, or green?, but I feel it isn't quite a duplicate as my situation is different. I have a form which looks like this: When a user enters ...
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What are the best practices for showing required Boolean field on a form?

I have a required field on a form that is Boolean. Two radios (one labeled "off" and the other labeled "on") seems heavy and old fashion. A single checkbox is lighter but doesn't make much sense since ...
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displaying required field indicators based on action

One of my requirements is to let the users know which fields they are required to fill before they can take an action. The users can take one of three actions save, submit or approve and the required ...
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How to design a form to register in/out values of a cash flow system?

I'm developing a simple cash flow system to a college work and couldn't realize a good way to present the form to register the values that are received and paid. My idea is to make it as simple as ...
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How do you design UI with multiple forms within a table?

My current UI: Notable points: gray row(s) including the input fields on the left, and the Save button towards the right, are part of a single form. Del button on the right is a form entire ...
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What's the best way to explain what the options in a drop down menu mean?

Please see image below. The drop down I'm struggling with is the "permission level" drop down. Users won't be immediately familiar with what the different permission levels mean. In the screenshot, ...
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Can users login and register via the same form?

In designing my project I've toyed with having the login and registration in the same form. The inputs for the details needed to login would be there initially, and if the user presses the register ...
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How to improve UI within a form, where a field can change type, based on data you want to enter

Goal: I want to have a input field that changes its name and value based on what the person wants to enter. Scenario: I have a form that currently goes like this: Some Data input field ...