Don't lose your touch when it comes to contact forms

03/20/2013 | WebDesignerDepot.com

Web designers should pay more attention to their contact forms, writes Alex Gibson. That's especially true for mobile sites, where forms must be correctly formatted for touch control and kitted out with proper keyboard triggers. "Whether a user is logging into a website, part way through a sign-up process or in the final stages of completing an online order, good usability and a high-quality experience on mobile are key to a successful outcome," Gibson writes.

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