Items tagged with forms

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Making Compact Forms More Accessible

December 20, 2006 - 19 words
Making Compact Forms More Accessible — Ultra-compact forms with great accessibility thanks to a bit...
Also tagged as: accessibility formusability

Highlighting form fields with unobtrusive JavaScript

July 19, 2006 - 357 words , 6 comments
Automatically highlight the form fields on your web page.
Also tagged as: css javascript unobtrusive

California State Fair

July 28, 2003 - 896 words , 14 comments
The California State Fair lets you buy tickets in advance from their Web site. That’s good. But the site is a horror house of usability problems.
Also tagged as: bestof california ecommerce statefair usability

Simplified Form Errors

July 17, 2003 - 1036 words , 25 comments
One of the most frustrating experiences on the Web is filling out forms. When mistakes are made, the user is often left guessing what they need to correct. We’ve taken an approach that shows the user in no uncertain terms what needs to be fixed.
Also tagged as: bestof contigencydesign design errormessages simplified usability

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