I'm trying to design the best way for an existing customer to confirm their street address and these are the two designs I have come up with.
I like this because it's easy to read and they can breeze on through. If it is their address then they don't see the form. If they select "no" the form appears and they fill it out. I guess I could prefill the inputs and they wouldn't have to fill out the entire box, but that could possibly be confusing.
This seems to be the more common way but why? It seems harder to process the information and the user has to go farther down to hit continue. I guess it might be easier to make a street change since it's prefilled but that's the only benefit I see from it.
But which would actually make their lives easier?I have already flipped through Luke Wroblewski's Web Form Design with no luck on a solid answer.
Method C (Brought up in comments below by Crissov)
Very similar to A (as he said). This method does address the problem that the question and the address are separated (a problem brought up below by dan1111) but the person has to read the address in a format that is slightly less familiar for forms. It also has the same issue with Method A where it might be a problem to "concatenate the address in a format that makes sense to the user" (Matt). I do like how concise it is though.