InspireX: Form Build Best Practices

Ok, I admit it. I'm not the best at designing form layouts, and I'm sure we've all been there and designed a form that looks like this form past the link: http://ntx.lv/1ZgBQlY

It's horrible, it's ghastly, it's from the early 90's!

I'm proud to say that Nintex has allowed me to join Andy Budiman, UX Manager for Nintex, to give a talk at InspireX about Nintex Forms best practices and extensibility. 

For those interested in attending, you'll find plenty more information on Nintex Workflow and Forms. 

If you're a brave soul and are interested in the JavaScript used to make the above form look horrible, here it is:

The Code

NWF$(document).ready(function () {
    var b = document.getElementById("blinking");
    var e = document.getElementById("explode");
    var s = document.getElementById("shake");
    var f = document.getElementById('flash');    
  for (var count = 0; count < 1000; count++) {
        if (count <= 1000) {
            NWF$(b).effect("bounce", "slow");
            NWF$(s).effect("shake", 1000, "left");
            NWF$(e).toggle('blind');
            NWF$(f).toggle('puff');
        }
    }
});

If you have any questions or topics you'd like either Andy or myself to discuss, please leave comments below!