Wufoo is a startup that wants to ease the creation of web forms. While I agree that form design is a pain-point and could use some standard tools, this really strikes me as something that should be an (open-source) library rather than a full company.


We have plans for Wufoo to do far more than just building a form and spitting out some markup. I do agree with your point though, and hopefully when you see the full product it will begin to grow on you.

Thanks for the link and feedback.

3-20-4:00 AM

Ryan, thanks for your response – I’m excited to see what you guys have in store, as the site looks very slick already.

3-20-11:29 PM

There is a new player in the online forms space:

http://www.theblueform.com They have a great drag and drop form builder as well as providing approval workflows which can be attached to the forms and mapped to existing business processes. A lot more than just the usual online form builder here.

by Peter
5-27-1:32 AM

There’s a more recent and detailed review of Wufoo, including a live data-entry form and several screen captures, plus links to other AJAXified formbuilders at http://oakleafblog.blogspot.com/2006/07/wufoo-challenges-infopath-for-form.html.

7-12-11:15 AM

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