There are thousands, if not millions of ugly Web forms out there, but where are the pretty ones? Submit the URL (pointing directly to the form) of HTML forms that you think are particularly well designed. Be sure to give a short explanation of why you think the form looks good and what you might change.Submit the Prettiest Form
Form I created for a Health Festival
- I created this form for a Gospel Health festival that the County was sponsoring. This is actually the 4th year this form has been used. I used semantic HTML and CSS for the form; the back end is ASP.NET 3.5. I got the ideas of formatting from several places as far as formatting using CSS and web standard HTML. It helped a lot in registrants being able to enter information and not be too confused.
- —Guest T. Hayes
An easy to use form built in flash
- Coffeecup software has a form tool that allows you to design forms that not only can send content to multiple people but can populate a database along with a plain text file. It also has a captcha element. I use it for many sites and with it's free design and CSS or use the themes you can build very nice user friendly with verification, forms. Here is one that allows you to select whom to send it to. http://www.fragilex.org/html/contactus.htm
- —Guest wpatters1229
- I found this form today to sign up for a free trial of Thymer, a project management tool. http://a.thymer.com/accounts/register/ What's interesting about the form is that it's in the style of a paragraph. The fields make sense, and it's easy to fill out. Plus, it's just pretty.
- —Guest Jennifer
Musical Web Form - Name That Tune
- http://www.billwilliams.org/NameThatTune/main.html I like this form because it not only looks good and plays song clips, but also because it is a good test of ones memory. Try it out.
Patriot Place Visa Rewards
- https://www.patriot-placerewards.com/register.aspx Myself and a co-worker designed this form by grouping similar form elements together, using wide line spacing and horizontal rules to visually separate the sections of this lengthy registration form. Even though it is separated into sections, the visual flow is kept in tact, which in my opinion, makes the form "pretty."
- —Guest Peggy
- Short contact us form on website: http://www.pharwv.org/contact.php I've made a lot of forms, but this one stood out to me for some reason. Maybe it's the unusual placement. Whatever it is, I like it.
An Event Registration Form