The
Future
Form*
of
Forms

Start
Luke Wroblewski

Chui Chui Tan
Provocative opening statement:

Forms are like Batman
... despite the advances in human-computer
interaction, forms remain the predominant
form of interaction for users on the ...
Can’t live with ‘em...
A trilogy of forms (short) stories
Mobile forms tend to have significantly more
constraints than their desktop cousins: screens
are smaller; connections are ...
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•

•

•

•

100% touch-driven
Fast
Accurate
Easy to learn and use
Pattern recognition vs. reading
“Staff have by far the most significant effect on
patients’ and visitors’ experiences of hospitals.
It is important that t...
Patient’s details
First name
Surname
Middle name/s
D.O.B.
Sex
Ethnic category
Martial status
Employment status
Address
Tel...
Patient’s details
First name
Surname
Middle name/s
D.O.B.
Sex
Ethnic category

Patient’s details
Martial status
Employment...
“OK Google ...”
@Pub
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith
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Hands-on data capture in healthcare: one-size does not fit all by Sam Smith

  1. 1. The Future Form* of Forms Start
  2. 2. Luke Wroblewski Chui Chui Tan
  3. 3. Provocative opening statement: Forms are like Batman
  4. 4. ... despite the advances in human-computer interaction, forms remain the predominant form of interaction for users on the Web. In fact, forms are often considered to be the last and most important stage of the journey to the completion of goals. Justin Mifsud - An Extensive Guide To Web Form Usability
  5. 5. Can’t live with ‘em...
  6. 6. A trilogy of forms (short) stories
  7. 7. Mobile forms tend to have significantly more constraints than their desktop cousins: screens are smaller; connections are slower; text entry is trickier; the list goes on. But constraints breed innovation ... Luke Wroblewski - Forms On Mobile Devices: Modern Solutions
  8. 8. • • • • • 100% touch-driven Fast Accurate Easy to learn and use Pattern recognition vs. reading
  9. 9. “Staff have by far the most significant effect on patients’ and visitors’ experiences of hospitals. It is important that those staffing the entrance and reception area are professional, friendly and competent to carry out their tasks.” Department of Health NHS Estates, Improving the patient experience: welcoming entrances and reception areas
  10. 10. Patient’s details First name Surname Middle name/s D.O.B. Sex Ethnic category Martial status Employment status Address Telephone Next of kin GP name GP address Visit details Time arrived Date arrived Planned visit? Triage priority Patient location Condition details Additional details Presenting complaint Incident date Incident time Incident type Place of incident Mode of arrival Accompanied by Referral source Religion Emergency contact (name and address) Next of kin informed Relation to N.O.K. Referring GP name RTA specific RTA category Seatbelt worn? Accident location Treated at scene? Insurance Car registration Treatment notes Discharge Disposal date Disposal time Time Follow up care Remarks Discharged by Comments
  11. 11. Patient’s details First name Surname Middle name/s D.O.B. Sex Ethnic category Patient’s details Martial status Employment status Address Telephone Next of kin Visit details Time arrived Date arrived Planned visit? Triage priority Patient location Visit details Time arrived Date arrived Planned visit? Condition details Presenting complaint Incident date Mode of arrival Accompanied by Referral source Patient’s details Address GP name GP address Condition details Incident time Incident type Place of incident Treatment notes Discharge Disposal date Disposal time Time Follow up care Remarks Discharged by Comments
  12. 12. “OK Google ...”
  13. 13. @Pub
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