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UIE Virtual Seminar 4/22/2010

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    • Upcoming UIE Virtual Seminar Answered! Web Form Design's Top Questions with Luke Wroblewski Thursday, April 22, 2010 1:30pm ET 1
    • Previous & Next Actions “When a form has multiple pages, there is the need for Next and Back buttons. Most web form guidelines say that the primary action button should be on the left, but in this case, it would seem to make more sense to have the primary button (Continue or Next) on the right, with the secondary button (Back or Previous) on the left.  Do you have any thoughts on this topic?” 1
    • Actions •  Not all form actions are equal •  Reset, Cancel, & Go Back are secondary actions: rarely need to be used (if at all) •  Save, Continue, & Submit are primary actions: directly responsible for form completion 2
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    • Upcoming UIE Virtual Seminar Answered! Web Form Design's Top Questions with Luke Wroblewski Thursday, April 22, 2010 1:30pm ET 1