Jessica Enders is a globally recognised expert on interfaces designed to capture information. She founded the form design consultancy Formulate Information Design in 2007, following more than a decade working in related fields, for organisations including the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Colmar Brunton Australia and The Hiser Group.
Not only does Jessica have nearly two decades of form design experience, she has written and presented widely, sharing her insights and expertise with clients and community alike. In October 2016 this culminated with the publication of her first book: Designing UX: Forms.
In October 2016, SitePoint proudly released the first book in their new "Aspects of UX" series: Designing UX: Forms.
Written by Jessica, the book aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the design considerations for web-based forms. Read it cover to cover to learn about the range of form design best practices, or use it as a handy reference for design debates and discussions.
You can get your copy of Designing UX: Forms on Amazon, or wherever good books are sold online.
|Sometimes Even Apple, Google and Amazon Make Mistakes||SitePoint||Web||28 Sept 2016|
|Masking Passwords: Help or Hindrance?||SitePoint||Web||11 Aug 2015|
|Satisficing: What Does it Mean for Web Forms?||SitePoint||Web||9 Oct 2014|
|3 Rules for Painless Account UX: Login||SitePoint||Web||1 July 2014|
|3 Rules for Painless Account UX||SitePoint||Web||19 June 2014|
|The Definitive Guide to Form Label Positioning||Sitepoint||Web||14 May 2014|
|Flat UI and Forms||A List Apart||Web||Issue 384, 15 Oct 2013|
|Designing web forms||.net magazine||Web||Issue 240, May 2013|
|Fashionable Web Forms: Traps and Tips||UXmatters||Web||1 Nov 2010|
|What do you mean? How to write good questions||User Experience magazine||Volume 8, Issue 2, 2nd quarter 2009|
|Zebra striping: more data for the case||A List Apart||Web||Issue 267, 9 Sept 2008|
|Zebra striping: does it really help?||A List Apart||Web||Issue 258, 9 May 2008|
|Measuring community awareness and preparedness for emergencies||Australian Journal of Emergency Management||Spring 2001|
Presentations and workshops
|The UX no-one wants to have||UX Australia||Melbourne||2016|
|Forms for everyone||A11yBytes Australia||Melbourne||2015|
|Visual design of forms||UX Australia||Sydney||2014|
|Form design best practice workshop||UX Australia||Brisbane||2012|
|Visual perception and the design of forms||BFMA Symposium||Baltimore||2011|
|Questioning questions||BFMA Symposium||Baltimore||2011|
|Let's talk about forms||Barcamp||Perth||2010|
|Making a paper form electronic||BFMA Symposium||San Antonio||2009|
|Questioning questions||BFMA Symposium||San Antonio||2009|
|Visual design principles for electronic forms||BFMA Symposium||San Antonio||2009|
|Easing the pain: 5 lessons from the redesign of a federal government
general public form
|Let's talk about forms||WebDU||Sydney||2009|
|Visual perception and the design of forms||WSG||Sydney||2009|
|Zebra striping: the mouse that roared||WSG||Canberra||2009|
|Testing the standard: does zebra striping really aid readability?||BFMA Symposium||Las Vegas||2008|
|Let's talk about forms||OzIA||Sydney||2008|
|Secrets of successful online forms||WSG||Canberra||2008|
|Zebra striping: does it really help?||OzCHI||Adelaide||2007|
|Designing user-friendly forms||VicRoads||Melbourne||2015|
|Form design best practice||IP Australia||Canberra||2011|
|Making a paper form electronic||The Mayo Clinic||US||2010|
|Form design best practice||State Revenue Office Tasmania||Hobart||2009|
- “Customer Experience Transformation” award (2010) for the Kmart Tyre & Auto Service online car insurance quote and purchasing application, awarded by Pegasystems Inc. .
- Business Forms Management Association (BFMA) Diamond Award (for highest volunteer contributions to the association during the year, 2010)
- Canberra BusinessPoint Emerging Entrepreneur (2009)