We fix forms
Formulate designs for a disruptive insurance offering, and new article puts flat UI forms under the microscope.
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From customer leads to patient records, all organisations rely on effective and efficient data collection.
The tools and applications through which such data is gathered are called “forms”.
We help organisations do more with less by fixing their forms.
- advice on design of existing forms and forms management business processes;
- design of new forms, or redesign of existing forms;
- training in form design best practice and forms strategy; and
- research into what makes forms work.
Interested in engaging Formulate?
Contact us to discuss options, learn more about what form design involves or meet our Principal, Jessica Enders.
Want to learn about good forms design?
We suggest a training workshop, exploring our best practice articles, reading about the research we've been conducting
lately or checking out the latest news from Formulate.
Some questions appear simple but are actually surprisingly complex. We've looked at ‘Name’ before, now we turn to ‘Sex’, also sometimes interchangeably — but incorrectly — known as ‘Gender’.
In this post we'll peel back the layers and look at just which piece of information you need, and how to ask for it.
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The last couple of years have seen a renewal of interest in ‘fill-in-the-blanks’ — or ‘Mad Libs’ — forms.
New Formulate research shows that in most cases, you'd be mad to use the mad libs approach.
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