Modern Web Form Design
Live webinar took place on November 13, 2008
Recording length is approximately one hour.
The Web has been transformed by the recent proliferation of rich interactions and social applications. But the workhorses of the online world, Web forms, have been slow to evolve with these changes. As brokers of crucial online interactions like e-commerce checkout and registration, forms bridge the gap between people, their information, and your product or service. As a result, Web form design matters. But web forms aren't keeping up.
In this recorded webinar, Luke Wroblewski (bio) builds on topics in his top-selling book, Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks. Luke walks you through the latest applications of rich Web form interactions (made possible by dynamic technologies like Ajax) including: flexible inputs, dynamic help systems, inline validation, selection dependent inputs, and more. He also outlines how gradual engagement approaches to form design can create compelling new user experiences for a wide variety of Web applications and services.
Learn how these modern approaches to Web form design can enhance your sites—and get a taste of the webinar's content by watching this two minute sample on BlipTV or by reading this brief interview with Luke. You can also learn more from the live webinar's attendees notes posted in Twitter.
In this webinar, you will:
- Explore how the design of your form can help or hinder customer success
- Learn a wide variety of form interaction techniques. Specifically, you will see examples of forms using inline validation, dynamic input fields, selection-dependent input fields, and gradual engagement
- Explore different ways of thinking about how to sign up users without requiring painful forms
Our recorded webinars are edited for your listening pleasure, and include questions from attendees (as restated by our moderator). The running time is one hour.
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