Form Design Tip 3: Avoid Redundancy

Most studies require multiple forms to capture all necessary participant information: a medical history form, a family history form, a demographic information form, a previous diagnoses form, etc. If any of the forms capture the same data—which is likely—there's a [...]

Form Design Tip 2: Usability

The best practice form design mantra: the most important thing is usability. No one collects data without the intention of analyzing it. Similarly, no one designs forms to elicit information that won't be useful at some point. The first blog post [...]

Form Design Tip 1: Dos and Don’ts of Form Design

  Did you know that changing even the smallest item on a form after data collection has begun could compromise data quality? Editing items during or after data collection can lead to information loss and a change to the type [...]