How should elements be aligned on a form? This article provides some solid, evidence-based recommendations for an often hotly-debated topic.
Most forms contain at least one question for which respondents must choose one or more options from a predefined set. These predefined options are the closed question response categories.
In this article, we’re going to unpick what makes a good (or not so good) set of response categories, culminating with a simple-to-use checklist.
Need to design a form and can’t get past that blank piece of paper or screen? Maybe you’ve been charged with reviewing an existing form and you don’t know where to start.
This article describes a way in which a form or questionnaire can be broken up into individual layers, making the design and review process easier and more efficient.
So you have a form, and you want to make it ‘good’. Where do you start?
In this article we present a simple model for assessing the quality of a form.
Practically every form asks the form-filler to provide their name. What seems like a relatively straightforward question actually turns out to be quite complicated. Learn what the complications are and how to deal with them in this, our latest article.