If you don’t already know Luke Wroblewski, you may want to become acquainted with him. Especially if you like mobile forms that are sleekly designed. I am fat fingered and suffer from ADD (or at least that’s my excuse for not following instructions). So I can get really miffed when I am trying to fill in a form and stuff disappears because I am trying to open the data entry box and it disappears every time I move my cursor to it.
Mobile forms bring this data entry frustration to a crescendo. That’s why Luke’s new book Web Form Design Filling in the Blanks might be a good buy if you are a form designer. This is not a plug. I don’t know Luke from a hole in the wall but I have read his insights concerning good design for mobile forms and its first rate. You’ll find a quick synopsis of some of his best tips here: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2010/03/11/forms-on-mobile-devices-modern-solutions/. Form.com is a powerful data collection platform but at the end of the day you need a good designer to make it all work. My wife Lorraine would call it “presentation”. So if designing mobile forms is your thing, read Luke. Or follow him on Twitter @lukew. You won’t go wrong.