Nick DeNardis

User experience, code, higher education, analytics and accessibility.

Flexable, Eatable CSS Forms..

The web is filled with forms and the more social sites get the more forms required. At Wayne State (opens new window) we end up creating a lot of forms for a lot of purposes. I am going to take for for example and show how we have come up with a fully flexible html form and how you can adopt it too.


  • RSVP form for an event
  • Mixed input, select, radio, and textareas
  • Has required fields
  • Has examples for certain fields