Tag: forms

  • Make Mundane Tasks Fun Online for Conversions

    Make Mundane Tasks Fun Online for Conversions

    Quite a while ago 37signals/Basecamp did a survey on their products. Now I normally fill out surveys of products I use because I’d like them to improve in ways I think are good but this survey from 37signals was actually fun to fill out. The Questions While many of the question were totally normal and […]

  • Captcha Sucks But I’m Lazy So it’s Your Problem

    Captcha Sucks But I’m Lazy So it’s Your Problem

    Hidden under the guise of making your life less troublesome by limiting spam on your site lurks a hurdle. It’s a hurdle that brings no end of frustration to users. A stabbing pain in the eye of users and what does it gain us but a few precious seconds of our days. The Issue We’ve…

  • Bad Forms Provide Bad Feedback

    Bad Forms Provide Bad Feedback

    Lately I’ve been looking at my site and coming up with a few pain points that I’d like to address with some small redesigns of the site. My footer contact form (and it’s ‘contact page’ counter part) are two items I would like to address. While they aren’t bad they could definitely use some refinement.…

  • Forms are on the Schedule: News Round UP

    It seems that many sites were posting information on how to build forms that are easy for users. Jeff over at Blankenthoughts has a great post on 6 Tips for Making Website Registration User-Friendly. Many of the suggestions are great (especially regarding weird password requirements), but I have to say that I really don’t agree…