Posts Tagged ‘forms’

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  1. 18 Mar, 2019

    You probably don’t need input type=“number”

    Last week I got a call from my bank regarding a wire transfer I had just scheduled. The customer support guy had me repeat everything back to him because there seemed to be a problem with the information. “Hmmmm, everything […]

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  2. 14 Feb, 2019

    Don’t Get Clever with Login Forms

    As time goes on I find myself increasingly annoyed with login forms. As password managers like 1Password (which is what I use) and Chrome’s password manager (which I also sorta use) become more popular, it’s important for websites to be aware […]

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  3. 30 May, 2015

    Video: Multi-Device Output, Input, and Posture

    Really handy tips from Luke about multi-device trends and designing for a whole slew of screens.

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  4. 21 Aug, 2014

    Designing an Effective Donate Form

    I reached out to the Pittsburgh Food Bank last year about helping them redesign their website largely because I was having a hard time figuring out how to give them money. So as part of our redesign of the Pittsburgh […]

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  5. 23 Apr, 2014

    Labelmask

    I’ve recently been for more efficient ways for user inputs, especially around credit card input. In exploring using input mask solutions, a lot of people have weighed in on several important limitations/frustrations: Accessibilty–One of the biggest concerns with input masks […]

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  6. 14 Apr, 2014

    Single-Field Credit Card Input Pattern

    Forms suck. And they especially suck on mobile devices. Luke Wroblewski has been talking for a long while now about how input masks make form entry a lot less painful for people. He recently highlighted Square Wallet‘s clever single-field credit […]

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  7. 25 Feb, 2013

    Search with Filters Responsive Design Pattern

    Brad and Dave and I were sitting around after InControl talking about design patterns that hadn’t been explored as much. Dave mentioned “Search with Filters” as an example. There can be quite a lot of UI involved in a search […]

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  8. 01 Feb, 2012

    Better Numerical Inputs for Mobile Forms

    My colleagues in Chicago just launched a great responsively-designed greygoose.com, and Jason Grigsby and I were wondering how they brought up the user-friendlier telephone keypad in iOS instead of the ok-but-not-great number keypad. The team dynamically set the input type […]

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