Why a form can be the worst UX example ever

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

  • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, almost 8 years ago

    YES. This can be even worse if the field is limited to the expected number of digits, so you paste in a number that has spaces or dashes and the field truncates the entire thing — damaging the number irreparably.

    The only choice (after realising that's what the stupid website does) is to paste the number somewhere else, edit, copy, then come back to the form and paste again.

    So horrible, and so easy to fix.

    My bank does this.

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