Forms that Work

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  • Author : Caroline Jarrett
  • Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann Pub
  • Pages : 199 pages
  • ISBN : 9781558607101
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Forms that Work

Forms that Work
  • Author : Caroline Jarrett,Gerry Gaffney
  • Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann Pub
  • Release : 25 July 2021
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Explains how to design forms for the web. This work helps readers learn how to define requirements, how to write questions that users will understand and want to answer, and how to deal with instructions, progress indicators and errors. It includes examples - from nitty-gritty details (mandatory fields) to visual designs (creating good grids).

Forms that Work

Forms that Work
  • Author : Caroline Jarrett,Gerry Gaffney
  • Publisher : Morgan Kaufmann
  • Release : 02 March 2009
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Forms that Work: Designing Web Forms for Usability clearly explains exactly how to design great forms for the web. The book provides proven and practical advice that will help you avoid pitfalls, and produce forms that are aesthetically pleasing, efficient and cost-effective. It features invaluable design methods, tips, and tricks to help ensure accurate data and satisfied customers. It includes dozens of examples - from nitty-gritty details (label alignment, mandatory fields) to visual designs (creating good grids, use of color).

Modern Forms of Work

Modern Forms of Work
  • Author : Stefano Bellomo,Fabrizio Ferraro
  • Publisher : Sapienza Università Editrice
  • Release : 06 October 2020
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The collective volume “Modern Forms of Work. A European Comparative Study” evokes the intent to embody a reflection focused on modern labour law issues from a comparative perspective. A first set of essays contains national reports on modern forms of work. The second group contains some reflections regarding critical issues on digitalization, platforms and algorithms, analysing the different facets of the galaxy of digital work. The third group of essays flows into the section entitled “new balances and workers’ rights

New Forms of Work Organization in Europe

New Forms of Work Organization in Europe
  • Author : Peter Grootings,Björn Gustavsen,Lajos Héthy
  • Publisher : Transaction Publishers
  • Release : 25 July 1989
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A remarkable development in the sociology of work in recent years has been the explosion of brilliant cross-national and cross-cultural studies in Europe examining the conditions of labor against the background of different economic systems, and differences within each of the major free market, mixed welfare, and planned economic systems that dot the European landscape. In Vienna and Budapest in particular, a group of intellectual workers have gotten together for what can only be described as breakthrough studies in the

Neoplatonic Aesthetics

Neoplatonic Aesthetics
  • Author : Liana Cheney,John Shannon Hendrix
  • Publisher : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 25 July 2021
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Neoplatonic Aesthetics: Music, Literature, and the Visual Arts explores the idea of a Neoplatonic aesthetic, a philosophy of the arts based on the writings of Plato and the Neoplatonists - principally Plotinus, Proclus, Pseudo-Dionysius, Nicolas Cusanus, and Marsilio Ficino - and more contemporary philosophers - Stephen MacKenna, Iris Murdoch, Denman Ross, Jacques Derrida, and Hans Georg Gadamer. This book examines the artistic production of figures such as Gioseffe Zarlino, Fra Angelico, Leon Battista Alberti, Sandro Botticelli, Michelangelo, and Giorgio Vasari,