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Hi friends,
I am working with school management system.I am not good designer now. I want to develop the student registration form with good design. I am not able get this sample registration form. Please help me
Thank you
Posted 12-Oct-12 9:18am
Updated 12-Oct-12 10:11am
Richard MacCutchan 12-Oct-12 15:21pm
Since we have no idea what information you are going to need, how can we design your form?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 12-Oct-12 15:23pm
Yes, due to the ending period of vacations, my access to OP's hard drive is somewhat limited. As soon as I have full and fast access, I'll come to help immediately :-)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 12-Oct-12 15:21pm
Sorry, no help unless you ask an actual question. And the samples -- did you try to find any? You can just try to develop what you need by yourself -- this is the best way to get help!
Wes Aday 12-Oct-12 15:27pm
"I am not good designer", no one is born a good designer. It takes practice and experience.
baskaran chellasamy 12-Oct-12 15:30pm
sorry I have designed the student student registration form. It is Ok with all the logical process.but for design I want to improve that form. and I put 4 button for new, save,update,delete and finally one button for search. Is any screenshot available for me?
Maciej Los 12-Oct-12 15:35pm
WPF, WinForm, UI?
aspnet_regiis -i 13-Oct-12 14:02pm
Yes. Since you have already designed the form , you don't need the screenshot... But if you want one, you can press the 'Print Screen' button on the keyboard and get a screenshot for yourself....Does this make sense to you ?
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Solution 1

We can't really help with any specifics.

We know nothing about what your form has to contain, what kind of environment it is to be used in, even if it is permitted in your country to tattoo students with a barcode on their foreheads.

Look at similar systems. See how they do it. What do you like? What don't you like? What makes it easy for a novice? For an expert? What makes it harder?

Does adding a picture enhance, or just slow it down?

Look at all these things, take the bits you like, and use them. Avoid the bits you don't like.

Then design it on paper. try it out. Leave it on one side an go to the pub. Have a look when you are drunk (but only leave pencils around, not pens). Look again when you wake up.

When you are happy with it, mock it up on screen and try again (but back it up before you go to the pub).

Above all, be prepared for change. What you think sounds cool may be a PITA to use, so be prepared to throw away anything that gets in the way. Don't hang on to it just because it sounds like a good idea - knowing when to discard your work is a hugely underrated skill that can save a lot of time on blind alleys!
Maciej Los 12-Oct-12 15:38pm
Agree, +5!
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Solution 2

Marcus Kramer 12-Oct-12 16:12pm
I would have given you a 5 for the first two links, but the last one makes it far too easy for the OP.
Maciej Los 12-Oct-12 16:30pm
Would you like to say, you give me a 5, if i remove 3. link?
Marcus Kramer 12-Oct-12 16:39pm
Not sure. I guess we'll have to find out :)
Maciej Los 12-Oct-12 16:45pm
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Solution 3

use google or any other search engine image search for "ID Cards"
open MS World and make two or three samples of your cards on it.
take those samples to school management and let them chose one or the modifications etc.

once the design is selected, create a function which asks for the variable fields and generates the card exactly to your design (using Graphics object). returns the image.

now it is up to you, either you save the image or use printdocument object to print it out.

(its not that simple if you were thinking that someone will give you a complete software to do it.)
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