It seems that most business owners (and their web developers) don’t put much effort in creating or customizing their website form.
I rarely stumble upon a user-friendly and easy to fill web form.
Not so smart, if you consider that through such a form most visitors interact with your business and it’s probably their first step to become your clients.
Use this guide’s instructions to design the perfect, user-friendly web form and increase your chances for conversions.

01. Only ask what’s required

Cutting the amount of required information makes the form easier to fill out. You should always question why and how the information you request is being used.

03. Keep labels short

Field labels tell users what the corresponding input fields mean. Clear label text is one of the primary ways to make UIs more accessible.
Labels tell the user the purpose of the field, but they aren’t help texts.

07. Minimise need for typing

Typing is a slow and error-prone process, and it’s especially painful on a mobile, where users face the constraints of limited screen estate. And with more and more people using small screens, anything that can be done to prevent unnecessary typing will improve the user experience.

 

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