Posts Tagged "forms"


Categories: Business

Tags: forms, hiring, HR, jobs

My new CMSWire article is now available! They get exclusivity for 90 days before I can post it here, so please go read The UX of Job Applications: Less is More. Preview: The UX of Job Applications: Less is More Few online processes are more frustrating than online job applications. Why are they so awful? […]

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I want to encourage everybody to stop doing this before I can download your white paper. It’s not user-centered. Nearly zero people WANT to be on your mailing list or get contacted by your sales team, which have to be the only reasons you’ve put up this obstacle. “I hope this company delays me reading […]

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Categories: UX/UI

Tags: error messages, forms, user data

I don’t want to enter my email address twice. You’re trying to save me from typing my own email address incorrectly? Well I just copied and pasted it. That’s like calling the wrong number, finding out it’s the wrong number, and then hitting redial on the phone. If you’re going to allow copy and paste […]

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Categories: UX/UI

Tags: forms, job applications, jobs

There is always something ironic about filling out a job application where the UX is so bad I almost want to just say “forget it” and not apply for the job. Here are some of the ways in which these summon The Four Horsemen of Bad UX. Unnecessary Questions One application first asked me my […]

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