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Featured Online Form: Jessica Djaafar

By Chris Coyier · January 21st, 2011

If there is one thing we sure appreciate around here, it’s nice looking forms. Each Friday we plan to feature one form we’ve found around the internet wilderness, Wufoo form or not.

This week we bring you a lovely retro themed contact form by French designer Jessica Djaafar.

Jessica Djaafar

This form is best appreciated by visiting the site itself. The striking retro figure used in the form is an extension of the style and other retro figures used on the site. Clicking the button (Contactez-moi) on the homepage slides this form down from the top of the screen and dims the rest of the screen, modal style.

The lovely free font Prociono is used as the header and button text. The button has a very nice three dimensional feel to it, emphasized by subtle and realistic rollover and pressed states. The inputs themselves also have a three dimensional feeling that is nicely balanced by the button (they button feels as tall as the inputs are deep).

A link in the lower left hides the form and reveals other contact information, which is a nice place to tuck such information away. It’s like saying: please use my form first, unless you really need to use one of these other contact methods.

Keep up the great work Jessica!

If you’ve seen a really cool form lately, let us know in the comments below.

This entry was posted 7 years ago and was filed under Customer Stories. Comments are currently closed.

Comments

  1. Are these featured forms that use Wufoo, or just forms in general? If they do use Wufoo, maybe you could suggest how we’d get our forms to look like that.

    Posted 7 years ago by Jeremy Bronson.
  2. They are just going to be forms in general (Wufoo forms or not). You could definitely get your Wufoo form looking like that though through Custom CSS. Soon, we’ll be having more tutorials like that as well. Stay tuned!

    Posted 7 years ago by Chris Coyier.
  3. Hi all,

    Thanks you! I was wondering why I got so many visits from Wufoo.com, until I found this post. And by the way, I received tons of test mail from people :)

    Posted 7 years ago by Jessica.
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