We are so excited to welcome Luke Wroblewski back to WebDev / Web 2.0. He is an engaging speaker who knows how to taking complex concepts and pull them together into a consumable, tangible presentation. He is talking about the "Forms bridge" the gap between people and your site. From registration to checkout, web forms make or break interactions. Learn best practices culled from international usability testing, eye-tracking studies, and over ten years of designing web applications. See how different forms, fields, labels, calls to action, and visual elements can support or impair user behavior. You'll never look at your web forms the same way again.
He will walk us through the importance of Web forms and a series of design best practices culled from live to site analytics, usability testing, eye-tracking studies, and best practice surveys. Including some new research on Primary & Secondary Actions and Dynamic Help examples. Some of the topics I discuss and provide patterns for are: label alignment, required form filed, input field sizes, content grouping, primary & secondary actions, help text & tips, dynamic help systems, inline validation, error messages, progress indicators, success messaging, progressive disclosure, gradual engagement, tabbing, flexible data inputs, smart defaults, paths to completion, selection dependent inputs, and more...
Free for eBig Members, Guests $10.
Official Website: http://www.ebig.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Calendar.eventDetail&eventID=11
Added by FullCalendar on May 7, 2008