HubSpot’s guide to mobile form designs
Building a great user experience is the key to achieve your goals by satisfying your customers. Today mobile is everywhere and you cannot ignore the wave that is becoming a key driver in ecommersion conversions.
When it comes to delivering an effective user experience, the design element comes first.
To help marketers build a great design for their mobile forms, HubSpot columnist Kristen Baker has published a guide to design mobile forms which can help businesses convert more mobile users.
Baker says, “Today, responsive web design is a popular choice for businesses due to the sheer number of people visiting websites via a variety of different mobile devices. But for now, let’s get back to discussing mobile form design.
Mobile Form Design: 10 UX Guidelines
When creating a mobile-friendly form, there are some steps you’ll want to take to provide the best user experience possible for your visitors. Let’s review 10 of these UX guidelines that you can begin implementing in your own forms today.
1. Minimize the Number of Form Fields
Ever heard the saying, “less is more”? Well, that’s exactly what you should be thinking while creating your mobile form.
Between the size of a mobile device’s screen, the amount of content you need to place in your form, and the number of form fields (form fields are the boxes in which your visitors add their responses), it’s easy to accidentally make your form feel cluttered. Remember to remove all unnecessary fluff and only keep the form fields for information that you absolutely need”.
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