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New form fields for a new world

Form fields are changing in our new world. They are putting the user first and are asking better questions about gender.

As someone who designs forms I look at forms. I have done this my whole life. It has been interesting to see various visual trends come and go over time. In the past few years though, I have seen some very big changes to forms in terms of what is asked, or more how it is asked. We no longer live in a world where gender is as black and white as it has been previously. So now forms sometimes allow you to choose something other than “Male or Female”. I even worked on forms that were adding gender to each parent because no longer can it be assumed that everyone has one male and one female parent. It is really exciting to see these changes occurring at this small but life changing level for people.

What is your gender. this is no longer a simple answer of male or female. People can be non-binary or simply prefer not to answer this question so now the forms reflect this.
Parent 1 and Parent 2 don’t have to be opposite genders.
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Kassandra Bowers Marsh graphic designer brisbane Caboolture Australia digital nomad remote agency

Hi, I am Kassandra.

I am not only a qualified graphic designer but also a qualified early-childhood educator. I have spent years typesetting educational materials including thick textbooks. My clients are industry experts who now teach others. They use my skills to increase their audience and maximise the value of their content by improving the attractiveness and readability of all their resources.