Why a form can be the worst UX example ever

8 years ago from Emily Campbell, Design Specialist @ InVision, Mentor at OOOHours and DesignLab

  • Kelly SuttonKelly Sutton, almost 8 years ago


    Well, it also stems from developers getting ahead of themselves and not using a boring

    to wrap everything with an input. Modern browsers do a lot of the legwork to make sure inputs get persisted on error and than validations get performed. (e.g., If you don't wrap things in a , Chrome won't validate type="email" inputs.)

    I find myself going back to my JavaScript-less roots more and more when doing simple interactions. We try to build the same ideals into Designer News.

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