Chapter 5. Gathering and Displaying Information

The Internet is not just cat GIFs and Emojis, even though it sometimes feels like it. Often we find ourselves needing to present or collect information. When things get technical for the user, it is our job as designers and developers to make everything go as smoothly as possible. Tables with rows and rows of data still need to be optimized for viewing. Forms for newsletter sign ups or surveys need to be approachable and easy to complete. Designing these elements to be responsive isn't an easy job either.

Forms and tables aren't just for technical or scientific websites. Blogs and online magazines have popups that ask you to subscribe to their newsletter within 3 seconds of accessing the site. This ...

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