In my current project I'm working with a lot of large forms. Below is an example of one of them. In trying to keep it clean and make use of the available space the following layout has been suggested. ...
I have the following situation: I have to implement a form for a web app with several file upload inputs, that need a rather large block of text next to them (as in the screenshot below). The problem ...
I'm attempting to implement an interface for managing user roles. Each role can be allowed access to specific modules. Within those modules the user is also allowed access to specific activities. ...
I'm trying to give the best experience to users of a very huge system (like a CRM). It has a lot of forms and much of these have a lot of fields. My doubt is about if I should use a single column form ...
I have a form that asks travel agents if they want to include insurance for multiple guests. A checkbox is best for on/off, but I'm not 100% confident with my labeling. A few options are: Guest ...
I am bit confused on which approach to take, the issue is we have 2 major sections, one is asking for user profile information - just 4 optional fields and the other is about user preferences to ...
I'm working on a mobile app and I would like to add upload buttons. By default I would like to display two buttons: - Upload from Dropbox - Upload from Google Drive Regarding the flow: Once the user ...
All - I've read a lot of articles/research on this topic, but some practitioners insist that multi-column forms can be used effectively. To aide in the discussion, here is a list of research we can ...