Posts Tagged ‘Forms’

Fancy AJAX Contact Form

HTML, JavaScript | Posted by Keefr July 6th, 2012

HTML Forms are always fun — stuff like below make a great attempt at making them more fun, and more usable.

http://tutorialzine.com/2009/09/fancy-contact-form/”>A Fancy AJAX Contact Form

Form-Field Validation: The Errors-Only Approach

HTML, JavaScript | Posted by Keefr June 28th, 2012

Love this write-up from over at Smashing Magaizine’s subdomain, uxdesign. It circles around on usability and where and when to use different validation techniques with your web sites’ forms.

Form-Field Validation: The Errors-Only Approach

Making Multiple Input Form Fields Accessible (or More Accessible!)

Web Development | Posted by Keefr June 9th, 2012

I’ve been doing a lot of front-end coding the past week, hence all the posts. I’m actually finding new content that’s applicable to the projects at hand. This one came up when setting up a pretty standard form with a phone number separated out into area code, prefix and the last four digits. How do you deal with labels in this situation, and the label’s “for” attribute:

Making Multiple Input Form Fields Accessible (or More Accessible!)

Textarea Auto Resize

CSS, JavaScript, jQuery | Posted by Keefr January 16th, 2012

Forms always are hard web elements to balance — usability, design and the like are all a little tougher when it comes to forms.

This is a nice solution to make textareas expand as needed.

Textarea Auto Resize

New Approaches To Designing Log-In Forms

HTML, User Experience (UX), User Interface (UI), Web Design | Posted by Keefr September 2nd, 2011

Smashing Magazine does another great in-depth writeup. This one is on the evolution of the log-in on sites. They’ve put a lot more thought and analysis into it than most designers, developers and web site owners tend to do.

New Approaches To Designing Log-In Forms