Where are you Form - Understanding forms on the web
If you have used a website in the last 10+ years you have most likely come across a form. They have been a vital part of how we interact with websites (in today's case) webapps. The most common ways to send information across the Internet is through a form of some sort, whether it being sending emails, tweeting or taking a test online mostly you will be using a form.
The most common ways to send information across the Internet is through a form
There are even websites that are mostly a form 1 yet most people who have had bad user experience on the internet was most likely using a form.
Even with newer technologies like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies adding on the the various ways we can interact with interfaces; forms still remain present in many products.
I made a small collection of some useful articles and resources while trying to understand forms
- HTML Form element specifications a living standard of the HTML form element
- Fun with forms by ... all things forms by @justmarkup; my favourite was the use of
- Adam Silver's blog has great articles on form design
Most search engines are forms↩