A little complement to the book of forms

So forms are essential for trade and government from a communicational but also organisational point of view. In the past, forms helped develop industry but, as a consequence of this, they contributed to enhance and enlarge (the abhorred) bureaucracy. Many examples of rather new forms can be seen in Schwesinger's book. In addition, in his chapter … Continue reading A little complement to the book of forms

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Notes on Schwesinger’s book of forms

Before starting with the form analysis, the author establishes 9 fundamental rules for form designers. These rules are: Learn to love forms Take forms seriously Get to know your users Take your users seriously Learn how providers think Think how providers think Give forms identity and style Leave nothing to chance Do not give users … Continue reading Notes on Schwesinger’s book of forms