Let’s be clear: people hate filling out forms. Since most websites are lead generators, however, encouraging users to fill out forms is often not just important but critical. So how can web designers create better, more effective forms that will encourage their users to buy a product or leave their details?
Training a puppy can offer great insight in to how to build web forms that are clear and concise, encourage users to fill them out, and increase responses and ROI.
Most new dog owners struggle a bit to train their puppy. New owners have high hopes that the puppy will learn to do its business outside, sit, stay, lay down, roll over, shake, and understand the concept of “no”. There are three things that all new dog owners must know about training their dog. First, if a puppy is skeptical or scared of its owner, then training the puppy will be...
[This is a sponsored review for MachForm, the opinions expressed in the article are the author's only]
Creating forms isn’t the most complicated thing a web designer or developer can do.
But creating attractive, properly-functioning forms quickly and easily can be a challenge. Especially for those designers who aren’t crazy about coding.
So rather than spend valuable time creating, styling, and testing forms from scratch, why not use an app like MachForm to do the heavy lifting...
Forms are often considered one of the most painful HTML elements to program. But form design and development has progressed by leaps and bounds; it is not nearly as hard as it once was.
That being said, while the industry has made tremendous progress, some hurdles are still in place. In the end, taming forms is possible; it just takes some work.
In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the most used form controls and at different tools...