Great stuff! Thanks. Anyway it gives you more fun when you are trying to figure out solutions during reading the article. I found some great ideas after all. Anyway about the good form and the bad form example. Thats true @kinderminder It is a bad idea to put textforms and others in one line, however when you have a long form, and I mean a really, really long form when you have to put some very specific details for example while you start your own company, what is better? One form in one row or less scrolling (there is a chance that you will drop this off because of endless scrolling). Ok you can always put this in few steps so you have less fields on one page. But is this as bad as it looks?
I have fixed this issue at work. Hopefully Monday I won't forget to share the designs here. It's for the payment page where users fill in their infos including card number. The design that I'll show here won't have user infos of course.