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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.




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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