Do you use adaptive placeholders on your forms?
  v1.0 Posted at 7/10/2017 4:35 AM by Tiago Araujo
"Adaptive placeholders" are form labels that become into placeholders and vice-versa, depending on which fields have been filled or not. It gives your website a great UX.

It's also a nice way to save space and achieve a neat visual appearance. Using this method users can easily to tell which field has been filled in and which data has been entered. 

Figure: Bad Example - Having both label and placeholders can be repetitive and dull​​​
Figure: Good Example - Using placeholders

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