Forms that work [electronic resource] : designing Web forms for usability / Caroline Jarrett, Gerry Gaffney.

By: Jarrett, CarolineContributor(s): Gaffney, GerryMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Morgan Kaufmann series in interactive technologies: Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Morgan Kaufmann, 2009Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 199 p.) : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9781558607101; 1558607102; 9780080948485 (electronic bk.); 0080948480 (electronic bk.)Other title: Designing Web forms for usabilitySubject(s): Electronic commerce -- Forms -- Design | Web sites -- Design | User-centered system design | Computer Science -- IT | Electronic commerce -- Forms -- Design | COMPUTERS -- Digital Media -- General | COMPUTERS -- Web -- User Generated Content | COMPUTERS -- Interactive & Multimedia | COMPUTERS -- Web -- Site Design | Electronic commerce / Forms / Design | Web sites / Design | User-centered system designGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Forms that work.DDC classification: 006.7 LOC classification: TK5105.888 | .J37 2009Online resources: ScienceDirect
Contents:
Introduction: What is a form? -- 1. Persuading people to answer -- 2. Gathering the right information -- 3. Making questions easy to answer -- 4. Writing instructions -- 5. Choosing between drop-downs and other controls -- 6. Making the form flow easily -- 7. Taking care of the details -- 8. Making the form look easy -- 9. Testing (the best bit).
Summary: Forms are everywhere on the web - for registration and communicating, for commerce and government. Good forms make for happier customers, better data, and reduced support costs. Bad forms fill your organization's databases with inaccuracies and duplicates and can cause loss of potential consumers.
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Forms are everywhere on the web - for registration and communicating, for commerce and government. Good forms make for happier customers, better data, and reduced support costs. Bad forms fill your organization's databases with inaccuracies and duplicates and can cause loss of potential consumers.

Introduction: What is a form? -- 1. Persuading people to answer -- 2. Gathering the right information -- 3. Making questions easy to answer -- 4. Writing instructions -- 5. Choosing between drop-downs and other controls -- 6. Making the form flow easily -- 7. Taking care of the details -- 8. Making the form look easy -- 9. Testing (the best bit).

Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-192) and index.

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