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How to Build an Outstanding Webform Experience Using Drupal [August 1, 2013]

How to Build an Outstanding Webform Experience Using Drupal [August 1, 2013]

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Consumers spend a lot of time filling out webforms for a wide variety of reasons. Webforms that are hard to navigate, confusing and overly long can lead the consumer to abandon the form—and cost you a customer. Placing a high value on usability and properly organized content can mean the difference between success and failure.

Getting this right is a balance between designing the right form, and having the right tools to build the form. Join Blink Reaction Drupal Evangelist Ray Saltini and Information Architect/UX expert Jim Doria as they take you on a guided tour of how the Webform module, other contributed and custom modules, and 3rd party integrations can be used to build excellent customer experiences in Drupal.

In this webinar, you will learn about:
• Nesting forms for simpler entry
• How to build shorter forms
• Methods for providing user feedback
• When to create custom forms or content types
• How to organize content for unique customer experiences

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