Greg MeyerThis is brain crack for those of us who want to know how language translation really works. It's amazing to see such a complicated process reducedSee more to something a machine can learn. But maybe the machines are becoming a bit more like us at the same time we are becoming a bit more like them.
Greg MeyerThe emotional struggle is real, and doesn't have to be hidden. I really like the implication that you realize that you are happy rather than you make yourself happy. Happiness is an outcome, not a defined destination.
Adrian🇨🇭In short, following these rules will put any form experience on the right path to success and create happy users:
- Prioritize scannability by designing easy-to-read labels, and by avoiding extraneous content that confuses scanners
- Provide effortless formatting with input masks and proper keypads (as well as other HTML attributes) for each entry type
- Limit typing with pre-fills
- Leverage location without added clicks
Greg MeyerThese are great tips, specifically the advice around labels. It's a great plan to lower the amount of effort needed to fill out a form. Another goodSee more ask: is this field necessary and could it be derived in another way? Asking the customer to confirm is faster than asking them to type ;)
Greg MeyerLove the idea of rewriting the defaults around you. On my phone I've created a screen with intentionally fewer choices so that the brain candy is relegated at least one swipe away. (Oh, and turned off most notifications.)