A website should have a clear an obvious way for visitors to get in touch with the site’s owner. This is normally done with a contact page. It doesn’t mater if you are a designer, creative studio, shop or anything else, it is important that your audience can easily find how to get in touch with you. And of course it is even nicer if your audience can find a contact page/form that shows your personality – something that shows that you care about your viewers and that you want them to contact you. To show you how to approach the “contact page” we gathered nice examples, showing that from super clean options to colorful ones, from minimal footers to complete drop down forms and maps, there is always a a creative approach you can take when designing a contact page.
21 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and FormsGisele MullerMarch 25, 20138 Comments03.5k
Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr
Great collection, thank you (as always 🙂 )
Some great looking designs here but many did not have proper contact forms. Is this a new trend?
Also worth noting is that almost all contact pages with forms also listed an email address for a direct email option. I’ll be incorporating this into my work to be friendlier to visitor preferences.
I love these contact pages. It shows how simplicity speaks volumes. I feel like the better designs are the one’s that strip away the clutter and mess and get down to the necessities creating a simple and elegant design that gains the results and intended purpose.
Inspirational stuff. I like all the examples with latest “flat design” trends. Also came across some contact pages with Metro Colors, just awesome.
Inspiring examples. Thank you for mentioning our contact page!
84.Paris really caught our attention. Very nicely done.
Posts like these always inspire me to continue to improve my own site! Thanks 🙂
Thanks for sharing, awesome inspiration right there 🙂 I built a little gimmick for the contact page of my company – The employees heads follow the users cursor position.