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How to design an online form — Part 4 — The structure of the form

*This is the 4th article from my collection ‘How to design an online form’. Click the link to read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3

When I was in a primary school the teacher told us that every story needs to have an introduction, middle and ending and everything should go smoothly so the reader is led through it naturally.

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Articles about user experience design, content strategy, online forms and all digital affairs which should make sense to people, but not always do…

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