Caroline Jarrett: Forms and their Users

Many thanks to Caroline Jarrett for coming to give what was a really enjoyable and engaging talk on designing forms that work.

It was great that she was so open to discussion throughout her talk, and did a great job of including the audience. And there were lots of people – thanks to everyone for coming, and for getting involved with questions.

As I mentioned in my little intro, we do have an electronic version of Caroline’s book, “Forms That Work“,  in the Sanger library, but perhaps we should request a hardcopy, too…

One of the other books that Caroline passed around was the companion to Forms That Work, Ginny Redish’s book, “Letting Go of the Words” – also well worth checking out, since getting that content and language right can make such a massive difference to any web form or page.

The slides from Caroline’s talk are below:

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