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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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Another solution is to split the form into two sections, putting all the required fields together, and then labeling the entire section "Required".
answered Aug 25 '10 by Chase Seibert
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Perhaps combine a two pane approach with a search? The UI filters dynamically on the client side as you type in the search box. I like it better than search only, because you can discover what all …
answered Aug 26 '10 by Chase Seibert
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I would have single fields for username/email/password. If the user mistypes or forgets any single one of these values, you can recover automatically. Lost username - type your email address and we …
answered Sep 16 '10 by Chase Seibert