Form creation is key to information processing and forms workflow is a key concept within Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite. Adobe LiveCycle Forms ES is a stand-alone product that also comes bundled with Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite. This is the first and only book about this new product specifically created for the design, creation, and processing of dynamically interactive forms. The book is written for users of all abilities, with introductory material for beginners and advanced techniques for more experienced users. It discusses both the best-practices of designing forms that work and the specifics of implementing them efficiently for data collection—the full life cycle of working with forms.
Adobe LiveCycle is all about creating efficient workflows for processing information, and this book demonstrates the full power of the various workflows available for collecting data using one of the most ubiquitous tools available—forms.
- Complete and thorough coverage of Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES
- Workflows for the design, implementation, and processing of forms
- Create and deploy interactive XML-based forms as HTML, PDF, or SWF
- Integrate forms with third-party tools
In this book, you will learn:
- Best practices for designing highly useable forms
- Efficient use of tools for implementing forms design
- Methodologies for data collection, both online and offline
- Supporting technologies to expand the capabilities of Adobe LiveCycle ES
Who is this book for?
Designers and developers who work with Adobe LiveCycle ES or is involved in form design, creation, or data collection from forms.
About the Author
Cheridan has been involved in Web Development and Design since 1997 when she began working on a research team for the Y2K Millennium Bug. It was here she learnt about the internet and promptly fell in love with the medium. In her career she has been responsible for websites in the early 00\’s such as Weight Watchers Australia and Quicken.com.au, and worked as Creative Services Manager of Yahoo!7 in Australia on clients such as Toyota, 20th Century Fox and Ford. Currently she is working as a Senior Interactive Project Manager for an Australian advertising agency.