Forms are responsible for most of the interaction we see on the web.
I recently had the pleasure of writing a guest post for the fine folks at Caldera Forms to dig into this a bit more.
Contact forms are great. They give people a way to reach you via your website without exposing your email address.
But you can use forms for so much more than sending a message.
We should think of forms as tools to create interactive experiences. That way we’ll find more opportunities for using them.
Here are five examples to get you going.
Check it out: How to use custom forms to your advantage.