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I'll second forms as a topic. I'm interested in standardizing the forms 
we create. While there's an abundance of information out there about 
usability, accessibility, and general design, it's still a topic ripe 
for discussion.

On 12/15/2009 3:59 PM, Zachary Johnson wrote:
> I'm curious when the next Web-Dev lunch will be?  I'd still be very
> interested and eager to share what my office has been doing in terms of
> writing and creating form style guides, CSS guidelines for forms, and
> form interface standards. And I'd love to know if anybody else has
> formalized their web form design process at all.
>
> Zach

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