Contact forms are supposed to make it easy for users to ask a question or just get in touch.
These days, with all the captcha and anti-spam methods attached, the chances of a form being filled in incorrectly and not being sent is highly likely. The number of people using mobile devices who might loose a connection and thus, information already entered is also rising. Hell, even clicking the wrong button and going to a different page will usually wipe all the information that has been entered into a form and make you have to re-enter it, or worse, not bother and give up.
So what can we do to make forms more user friendly? Localstrorage to the rescue!
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The future is here, the future is now. Boomla 3 has been sent back from the future to fitful our mobile bogging needs.
I’ve been away for the weekend so what better time to sample a piece of the future. And what better time to test android s predicted words features.
Continue reading “Mobile blogging with boomla 3 ;)”
Having never really used flash before I was unfamilliar with the layout of the program (it’s a kind of cut down flash ui) but with the help of youtube I managed to knock something out in about an hour, including the time taken to prepare some images to use.
Continue reading “Playing with Adobe Edge and getting the Output into a Joomla site”