All over the world, JotForm users from over 61 countries fired up their computers, logged into JotForm, and set to work building and designing forms. They submitted their designs in hopes of winning a JotForm t-shirt so that they could be dressed to kill. On top of that whopping prize, they could receive the grand prize of $7,500 for the Best Form Design Award, as well as $500 for each additional category: Mobile Form, Best Survey, Best Contact Form, Best E-Commerce Form, Worst Form, and User’s Choice.
Judges have been raving over the high-caliber forms that they have had the pleasure of rating. And now they’re cracking up over the forms that have gone to extraordinary lengths to be terrible.
Raymark Tamang claims the dubious honor as the winner of the Worst Form Award:
Thank you all for participating in the Web Form Design Awards. Stay tuned tomorrow for the announcement of the User’s Choice Award!
This article is originally published on Dec 16, 2014, and updated on Nov 13, 2018