Luke Wroblewski Rosenfeld Media, 2008 ISBN 1-933820-24-1 $36.00 (paperback and digital) $19.00 (digital only) Reviewed by D. Philip Haine "Forms suck." So begins Luke Wroblewski's new book on how to design Web forms. Nobody likes having to fill out a form; it's just that bit of red tape that must be dealt with before we get what we want. Before we are approved, there is an application form. Before we get to use a Web service, there is a registration form. Before our purchase is complete, there is a payment form. Form completion is a cost we must pay…
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