While not the sexiest parts of websites and applications, forms are probably the most important.
They are an integral part of our web experience. Everything we do on the web relies on a well built form. Every day we use web forms to perform a wide variety of tasks such as: banking, filing taxes, shopping, sending webmail, writing blog posts, logging into, posting to and managing accounts our social media apps.
My previous slide, although silly, brings up an important point which I will re-address at many times in the talk. The new HTML5 and CSS3 features are not fully implemented yet. So there is truth the the future theme. Fall backs may be needed for your project. Of course this depends on your users, business objectives, and stakeholders. However, with browsers now releasing versions and features faster than ever, I’m sure we won’t have to wait too long to be able to use them.