Uploaded. at Saturday, November 18th 2017 09:41:56 AM under Form by Dalia Gomez.
Dimension. 736x1104 pixels.
Resolution. High Resolution.
Total. 60 image Form Design.
Provide checklists. As users complete your form, you may well be asking them to provide supporting information or attach supplementary documents where required. Providing a checklist, often at the beginning or end of a form, helps remind users about all the things they should remember to attach, and any further steps they need to go through. Progressive revealing. When implemented well, progressive revealing gives interactive forms a head start over traditional paper forms. When asked a particular question in a form it may be the case that, depending a users response, they are asked a set of specific sub-questions, or alternatively routed to the next appropriate section of the form. In paper forms the specific sub-questions cannot be hidden from the user when they are not relevant to them - but in interactive forms this is relatively easy to do. Use progressive revealing as much as possible in your form design to shield your users from questions they do not need to see.
Drop-out ink provides significant advantages when employing OCR, ICR and NHR engines. When people fill out forms, they do not always stay within the lines provided. If the pre-printed form does not use drop-out ink, the data that the respondent enters may intersect with preprinted lines, creating false answers. Drop-out ink can help to guide respondents as well as minimize intrusion between pre-printed information and data that is filled in by the respondent. This pre-processing technique allows recognition engines to see only the data that was entered.