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Forms are generally used to retrieve different types of qualitative and quantitative data from user input through controls such as text fields, radio buttons, checkboxes, sliders, buttons, or any type of custom control used to collect data input. Form- and field-level validation, error and status messaging, and issues around contextual help within forms may also fall into this category

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This is essentially an error message, so it should follow the simple rules: explain what has happened in human language (e.g. "The data is only available before/after DATE") provide directions how t …
answered Jul 8 '12 by dnbrv
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It seems to me there's an easy way to cut down on repetitive data entry here but it needs to be user-tested. Per the specifications, the first line of the code contains only the letter P, passport ty …
answered May 2 '12 by dnbrv
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That will add unnecessary clutter to the interface. If you want to show the current value during editing, you simply need to switch the form to inline editing (i.e. combine read & edit views into one …
answered Mar 13 '12 by dnbrv
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The most readable box will be the one aligned to the left and taking up no more than half of the width. The text needs to be aligned to the left because you're working with a table in a left-to-right …
answered Jan 31 '12 by dnbrv
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It depends on the number of choices and the rest of the workflow. Dropdowns are hands-down faster than multiple pages because of the loading times. However, if there're too many choices (the scrolling …
answered Jun 27 '12 by dnbrv
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There are several common options of sorting languages: by importance (e.g. how many speakers use the service) by English names by latinized native names by Unicode character codes (first languages w …
answered Feb 9 '12 by dnbrv
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where they have observed users correcting mistakes in forms by clearing the entire field to see the label. That being said, there's one key difference between a checkout form (or any other multi-field … losing context. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Moreover, not all search forms are created equal. Some search methods ("instant" in particular) don't need the dedicated action button, while other situations (e.g. extremely novice users) require the complete form. …
answered Jul 8 '12 by dnbrv
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Sorry to hear about your constraints. The No.1 problem in this form's usability is the manager who wants to merge 2 workflows into one form. Here's what you need to do to relieve the situation a bit: …
answered Feb 7 '12 by dnbrv
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Option B is the best because it guides users without being too restrictive. In option A, the format is absolutely unknown, which confuses users. The leading zero in option C can confuse users who hav …
answered Feb 20 '12 by dnbrv
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It's a rather simple form. At the very basic level, it's a shopping cart that is filled not from product pages but from the cart/order summary page. Thus, you need 2 main sections: finding/adding the …
answered Jun 21 '12 by dnbrv
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While you may omit Edit button by making the fields editable right away, you have to offer Save, Cancel, Undo, and Redo when allowing users to edit data to provide protection against accidental change …
answered Jan 11 '12 by dnbrv
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how they have been entered. The multiple text inputs aren't a great idea either if their number is fixed. You should do something similar to what Google Docs Forms do: You start with only 1 option …
answered Feb 27 '12 by dnbrv
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and Boolean operators for complex queries. Advanced search forms help with composing complex search queries when people don't know the operators by heart and to impose constraints on the search (i.e …
answered Jan 19 '12 by dnbrv
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It depends on your business priorities and values. If you put user experience above all, then you should make it as easy as possible to unsubscribe and ask for the reason at the "Your account has bee …
answered Feb 9 '12 by dnbrv
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Since there is no actual authentication of credentials to access the system, you don't need to have a "login" form and a "registration" form (quotes because you're saying there are no user accounts). …
answered Feb 13 '15 by dnbrv

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