Mobile form best practice example – entering your password

Posted on Jun 17, 2015

Filling in forms can be a right pain on mobile. Especially when users have to fill in their password and are faced with the masked version of their password, as they have no way of knowing if they have filled it in incorrectly. I have previously written about a good examples of this on desktop sites, however […]

Long survey? keep the user going by reminding them of the incentive

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

Half way through filling out a survey I got a bit bored. The effort involved seemed to high. I was half way to closing the browser window when part way through I received a reminder of the possible advantage of staying the course. A reminder to keep on going Well what do you know, I was […]

Smart forms – first name, lastname

Posted on Sep 8, 2014

When building a form, it is advisable to make the form as short as possible, by reducing the number of questions asked in an attempt to reduce the number of dropouts. Recently when filling in a form I came across an example where only one form field was used to ask me my full name. […]

Contact form best practice from Greenpeace

Posted on Jul 11, 2014

When you enter the page it has a simple one-field form, that promises that they wont sell or swap your details, and that you can unsubscribe anytime. They also have counter along the left of the form informing the user how many other people have signed the petition. This will help the user feel like […]