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  From the March 2014 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Interactive Paradox: Forms:
Study Apps and Build Great Forms!
 
Posted 12 years ago on 6/23/2007
Take Away: The user interface is the first element of your application that a user sees. Because first impressions are important, the user interface carries more weight than any other part of your application. It deserves much planning and effort. Spend time just reviewing the applications on your computer. The more time you spend looking at various application user interfaces, the better your forms, reports, and applications will look.
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The user interface is the first element of your application that a user sees. Because first impressions are important, the user interface carries more weight than any other part of your application. It deserves much planning and effort. Spend time just reviewing the applications on your computer. The more time you spend looking at various application user interfaces, the better your forms, reports, and applications will look.


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