Web forms sometimes present errors. Depending on how a form is coded and what kind of feedback it provides, good form construction can mean the difference between a good website and a useless one. Read more
My knee-jerk reaction is to say “No”, but there’s probably a bit of designer ego in that. Web designers are effectively modern vanity publishers and people like seeing their name (or logo) in all its glory. One can’t be too rude when it comes to client vanity.
Edwin wrote his first (Harrier Jump Jet) text adventure computer program in 1982 during the Falklands War. He now builds websites utilising best practice, future-proof web development, marketing & SEO. He lectured for 15yrs+ at Curtin Uni where (in 2007) he was voted 5th best out of 2,500+ university lecturers in Australia. Now he wants to share what he knows.