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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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I would suggest you to read this paper : An Estimate of a User Learning Curve on Web-Based interface Using Eye Tracking Equipment I am unsure if there is any specific research to check if custom For …
answered Mar 27 '15 by Nodnin
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I think you're right for the most part. I would go with solution B The few changes I would recommend are: I don't input type checkbox is the right way to add a new section to the form. It could b …
answered Sep 6 '19 by Nodnin