Forms

Introduction

A form constitutes a collection of interconnected input controls, affording users the capability to furnish data or set preferences. Forms can range from uncomplicated to intricate, and their presentation might take the form of exclusive pages, lateral panels, or pop-up dialogs contingent on the particular application and context.

Clear information hierarchy

To ensure user-friendly scanning and completion of forms, it is vital to establish a distinct information hierarchy and employ appropriate sectioning when necessary. Employing consistent headers for forms and sections, coupled with uniform spacing between form elements, controls, and sections, will facilitate clear comprehension of the interconnections among information clusters.

Ease of use

Design and structure digital forms in a way that resonates with the inherent cognitive processes and mental models of the users. This involves meticulously mapping out the sequence and organization of form elements to seamlessly integrate with the users' thought patterns and expectations as they navigate through the process.

Best practices

Digital forms have an extensive history spanning decades. We have the advantage of leveraging established industry best practices and collective knowledge to complement our proprietary research.