Every website usually needs some type of form, whether it’s a checkout page or a simple contact page.
Hover effects have long been one of the easiest ways to add an element of interactivity to a website. Most commonly, we see them used to highlight text links or buttons. But their use can range far beyond the basics.
Toggle switches may not be the most noticeable UI elements in a form, but they’ve arguably done more to spice up a mundane task than anything else. Before toggles came along, we often used a single checkbox element to “switch” something on or off. While it got the job done, the look wasn’t very compelling.
You can find amazing tools for improving web forms, ranging from UI kits to advanced jQuery plugins.
If your website enables users to have their own accounts, then passwords are an important part of both security and the UI. You’ll certainly want users to adopt strong passwords to make things more difficult on hackers. But there are also some little touches you can add to a password field that improve usability. Plus, you wouldn’t want to treat your login area as an afterthought.