James Fenwick
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Fitting a Huge Real Life Insurance Form in a 7 Inch Tablet
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Unless you are saving the data as it is entered it might be a better idea to break the form across a couple of pages. That way you could save the data on the server so it would not be lost if the ...

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Should I label every row in a table of inputs?
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I disagree with the other two answers. All inputs should have their own label, they don't have to be visible to the user but they are vital to screen reader users. Another thing to think about is ...

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Stylle of text for scientific words in website
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The benefit in correctly capitalising latin names is that people who don’t know how they should be capitalised are not inconvenienced by the capitalisation, where as people who are aware of how the ...

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UX to speed up Address entry by typing in the zip code first?
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This is fairly common in the UK. A form will ask for House number then Postcode then will pre-fill the address fields with the street name/town/county and so on. Or will provide a dropdown of all ...

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Best practices for bilingual email
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If your emails are related to a website you could use the users Accept-Language header as an idea of which language they would prefer. Otherwise at the top of the email where there is often a View ...

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