Web forms are an integral part of our everyday lives. We use forms to register for events, open savings accounts, make doctor’s appointments, submit grant applications, and so much more.
Web forms play a major part in a customer’s overall impression of your organization, so a great user experience is key. To ensure that your form respondents have a positive experience every step of the way, you need web forms that lead them forward, not hold them back.
Wouldn’t a customer have better things to say about your business if they filled out a form easily with no problems in a few minutes, instead of struggling through your form for hours? The most effective way to create user-friendly forms is to pay close attention to the overall design. Following user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) best practices when building your forms is crucial.
If you think outstanding form design is complicated, we’re here to break it down and simplify it for you with best practices and advice