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As uncomplicated as form designs can be, you’ll find that the majority of the forms you come across are badly designed. If you’ve launched a survey yourself, you’ll know how hard it can be to get users to fill up the survey.

Traditional form fill up flow is something like:

Traditional Flow
Traditional Flow

Simplified view of a survey flow

I find this as an incomplete abstraction of the actual user intent & flow. The true flow is something like this:

As a 100 articles celebration!

Photo by J. Kelly Brito on Unsplash

I’ve been writing for over a year now. In the last year, my process has changed considerably. Interestingly, I follow some agile principles when writing — time boxing every article writing process, while letting the mind drift in the pre-writing phases.

As the 100th article, I thought it would be…

Utilizing the art of plain-speaking and avoiding corporate jargon.

Corporate speak is a killer. Corporate speak is a nonsensical complication of a concept, made to make the speaker or writer seem smart. I’m both a perpetrator and a victim of corporate speak. …

Part 1 of a 3 part series on the rules of designing forms that’ll improve your response rates.

As uncomplicated as form designs can be, you’ll find that the majority of the forms you come across are badly designed. If you’ve launched a survey yourself, you’ll know how hard it can be to get users to fill up the survey.

Traditional form fill up flow is something like:

Rameez Kakodker

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