Form Design — Part 4: Labels & Defaults
The fourth part of the Form Design series is about the most important part of the conversation between the user and the interface: how to write & design labels, and have to set good defaults.
The other parts of the series:
- Form Design — Main Aspects
- Form Design — Part 2: Layout, Structure, Progress
- Form Design — Part 3: Input Fields
Recommended Reading & Useful Links
- Jarrett, C.; Gaffney, G. (2008). Forms that Work: Designing Web Forms for Usability (Interactive Technologies) 1st Edition
- Wroblewski, L. (2008). Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks
- Enders, J. (2016). Designing UX: Forms
- Designing More Efficient Forms: Structure, Inputs, Labels and Actions
- The Definitive Guide to Form Label Positioning
- Good Defaults UI Pattern
- The Power of Defaults
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