Uploaded. at Saturday, November 18th 2017 11:15:05 AM under Form by Cerise De Jong.
Dimension. 1068x1347 pixels.
Resolution. High Resolution.
Total. 54 image Form Design.
Pre-fill where at all possible. If a person has already filled in a form for your organisation they will be frustrated if they have to fill in the same information again. It is difficult for organisations to get their systems to pre-fill known information but when pre-filling is achieved, customers really feel valued. Use colour strategically. Colour in forms should be used with care - but used well it can really aid form completion and navigation. In general, yellow, for example, is a colour to avoid as much as possible - text set in yellow on a typical light background can be very hard to read - and people can find yellow aggressive. A light shade of a colour, like blue, across the whole background of a form relieves the eye from the harshness of a stark white background. And if the answer spaces people have to fill in are white, the tinted background both cues them in to where they write, and allows them to visually sense how much they have to fill in.
Forms design is essential to the success of recognition processing. Forms should be well designed to reduce illegible, inaccurate, misinterpreted or missing data. Using special design techniques, you can make forms smarter and improve the amount and quality of data that is filled-in and automatically recognized.