I met Caroline Jarrett in 2010 in Lisbon Portugal, where we were both speaking at a conference. Caroline is a usability consultant in the UK, and she specializes in designing forms. She has a great book, Forms That Work. In this podcast Caroline and I have a fun conversation about designing usable forms.
You can listen to the podcast by clicking on this link
In this podcast we talk about:
- How to design usable forms
- Why you should think about “relationship” and “conversation” when you are designing forms
- The ubiquitous argument: do you put colons or not at the end of field labels?
- and lots of other fun and interesting topics. It’s all about forms.
What do you think are some of the most interesting points Caroline makes in the interview?
Caroline’s twitter address is: @cjforms
And for more information about Caroline’s book: