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comment Designing in Black & White
+1 - Well said.
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answered Designing in Black & White
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comment Dealing with narrow form fields
@AlanGilbertson - It is a tough skill to learn. ;P
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accepted Dealing with narrow form fields
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comment Dealing with narrow form fields
+1 - This might end up being the direction that I go. I prefer having the labels on top, but that doesn't seem to work visually with this particular form, so this could be the best option.
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comment Dealing with narrow form fields
+1 - I see what you're saying and it's a decent idea visually. However, it makes the form harder to read and fill out because you have to travel back and forth across the screen. It can work for some parts of a form like an address or a credit card section, but grouping some of the fields in this form doesn't quite seem logical as the groupings are somewhat arbitrary. Also, from what I can tell from what I've read, the best converting forms are straight up and down.
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asked Dealing with narrow form fields
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comment Getting fonts for design mockups
To be clear, I accepted this answer for Tim's suggestion in the comment, not the paid application, as that's what I ended up doing.
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accepted Getting fonts for design mockups