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    Default Good Video on Web Form Design

    This video has lots of best practices for web form design. Been doing it years and still picked up a few tips. Maybe it will be useful to others http://videos.visitmix.com/MIX09/C17F

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    deanna,

    Thanks for the link, I enjoyed it. I especially enjoyed the eye tracking, showing where users are looking while entering in data on the web form.

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    Very nice video. Just wish there were more complex examples

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    I knew I'd seen a very good UI design video somewhere!

    Thanks for posting it.

    I need to send this to a client who seems to be wanting to make an exact replica of his slow, 1.0 web app using Ext!

    Pages spread around everywhere, duplicated functionality.
    Longtime Sencha engineer. Now surplus to requirements apparently...

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    Very cool presentation - thanks for sharing that!

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    The research regarding eye tracking web forms is absolutely fantastic! Thanks!

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    ugh, requires silverlight.

    I will have to install that and view. Thank you very much for sharing.

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