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Web Form Design

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Web Form Design

Web Form Design

Filling in the Blanks

244 pages, parution le 01/05/2008


Forms make or break the most crucial online interactions: checkout (commerce), registration (community), data input (participation and sharing), and any task requiring information entry. In Web Form Design, Luke Wroblewski draws on original research, his considerable experience at Yahoo! and eBay, and the perspectives of many of the field's leading designers to show you everything you need to know about designing effective and engaging Web forms.

"Luke Wroblewski has done the entire world a great favor by writing this book. Online forms are ubiquitous and ubiquitously annoying but they don't have to be. Wroblewski shows Web designers how to present forms that gather necessary information without unnecessarily badgering and annoying visitors. With deft explanations and clear examples, he presents a clear case for better Web forms and how to achieve them. This book will help you every day."
Alan Cooper, Chairman, Cooper; author, The Inmates are Running the Asylum

Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks serves as:

  • The definitive guide for designing one of the most important user interface experiences online
  • A comprehensive view that includes many design considerations but presents them in a concise and easily applicable format
  • A trusted source of data-driven and experience-based recommendations

Who this book is for

Anyone that needs to design or develop Web forms, including usability engineers, Web developers, product managers, visual designers, interaction designers, information architects and more. Beginners will receive a broad overview of all the considerations that constitute good form design. Experienced practitioners will engage at a deeper level with issues and solutions they may or may not have encountered before.

Why you need an entire book on web form design

As arbitrators of checkout, registration, and data entry, forms are often the linchpins of successful Web applications.

  • Checkout forms are how eCommerce vendors close deals -they stand between people and the products or services they want and between companies and their profits. Example: eBay's vast inventory (it's the 30th largest economy in the World) is driven by their Sell Your Item form.
  • Registration forms are the gatekeepers to community membership -they allow people to define their identity within social applications. All of MySpace's 150+ million users joined through a Web form.
  • Data input forms allow users to contribute and share and companies to grow content. All of YouTube's videos come from their Upload Your Video form.

Despite the importance of these interactions, the design of the forms that enable them is often poorly thought through. Understanding the considerations and best practices of form design will help designers, developers, and product teams of all levels of experience make better decisions about the crucial interactions that enable their Web businesses and applications.

L'auteur Luke Wroblewski

Luke est le cofondateur et chef de produit de Bagcheck (http://bagcheck.com/), qui a été racheté par Twitter à peine neuf mois après son lancement public. Avant cela, Luke était entrepreneur en résidence chez Benchmark Capital et architecte en chef du design chez Yahoo!, où il travaillait sur l'orientation stratégique des produits et sur des expériences intégrées innovantes pour le Web, les mobiles, la TV, etc.

Luke est l'auteur de deux livres populaires sur le design Web - 'Web Form Design (Rosenfeld Media, 2008) et Site-Seeing: A Visual Approach to Web Usability (Wiley, 2002) - et de nombreux articles sur la stratégie et la conception de produits numériques. Il est également un conférencier reconnu, cofondateur et ancien membre du conseil d'administration de l'Interaction Design Association (IxDA).
Auparavant, Luke était le designer en chef de l'interface utilisateur de la plate-forme eBay, où il a dirigé la conception stratégique de nouveaux produits (comme eBay Express et Kijiji) ainsi que d'outils et de processus internes. Il a également fondé LukeW Ideation & Design (http://www.lukw.com/), une agence de design et de stratégie marketing ; donné des cours de design d'interface à l'université de l'Illinois ; et travaillé comme designer d'interface au National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), le lieu de naissance du premier navigateur graphique, NCSA Mosaic.

Autres livres de Luke Wroblewski


  • How to Use This Book
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Foreword
  • Form structure
    • The Design of Forms
    • Form Organization
    • Path to Completion
  • Form elements
    • Labels
    • Input Fields
    • Actions
    • Help Text
    • Errors and Success
  • Form interaction
    • Inline Validation
    • Unnecessary Inputs
    • Additional Inputs
    • Selection-Dependent Inputs
    • Gradual Engagement
    • What's Next?
  • Index
  • Acknowledgments
  • About the Author
Voir tout

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "Web Form Design"

Éditeur(s) Rosenfeld Media
Auteur(s) Luke Wroblewski
Parution 01/05/2008
Nb. de pages 244
Couverture Broché
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9781933820248
ISBN13 978-1-933820-24-8

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