- The purpose of this guide
- Understanding choice
- The power of inertia
- Choice architecture
- Counter-fraud declarations
- Early declarations
- Consent declarations
- Brevity and clarity
- Quality assurance
- Further information
- Appendix 1 - Personal Independence Payment
- Appendix 2 - Independent Living Fund
- Appendix 3 - Electronic signatures
Some declarations are primarily concerned with the signatory consenting to the gathering, processing, retention and sharing of the data they provide. This type of declaration is not to be confused with a counter-fraud declaration.
In circumstances where a consent declaration and a counter fraud declaration are both required, designers should aim to separate them to maintain the clarity and purpose of each statement and the consequences stated or implied in them.
The Personal Independence Payment application form (see Appendix 1 - Personal Independence Payment) is a good example of this separation of purpose into two separate sections.