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Forms : a UX manifesto

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Presentation @devchatt 2011.
Git hub link to example code.
https://github.com/FreeFlow/formless-forms

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Forms : a UX manifesto

  1. 1. FORMS <ul><li>A MANIFESTO </li></ul>Danielle Swank Jim Fleming June 2011
  2. 2. developers are lazy
  3. 4. most forms are designed for databases and not people
  4. 6. people can find those same forms hard, scary, confusing and slow
  5. 8. there are other ways...
  6. 9. the case for intelligent forms
  7. 10. 1. static forms EXAMPLES login forms, email sign-ups WHEN TO USE all or most of the fields are required
  8. 11. example image 1 goes here
  9. 12. example image 2 goes here
  10. 13. 2. ADAPTIVE forms EXAMPLES product data, surveys, task lists WHEN TO USE complex discrete data, few required fields
  11. 14. example slide 5 goes here
  12. 15. example slide 3 goes here
  13. 16. example slide 4 goes here
  14. 17. 3. Formless forms EXAMPLES content management systems, blogs, addresses WHEN TO USE large amount of simple data, standardized formats
  15. 19. demo goes here
  16. 21. there are other ways.
  17. 22. people should not find forms hard, scary, confusing or slow
  18. 23. create forms for people not databases
  19. 24. don’t be lazy
  20. 25. FORMS <ul><li>A MANIFESTO </li></ul>Danielle Swank Jim Fleming June 2011

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