July 19, 2024

22 Inspiring Examples of Contact Forms and Pages

Contact forms or contact pages – depending on how you choose to make it available – are an important part of a website. The contact section is actually the part where you allow your users/clients to get in touch with you, to reach you and to hire you. For this article, we gathered some examples of how websites are showcasing their contact section. From colorful letters forms to clean and simple contact information, you will see several inspiring examples of how to display your contact information.

Reverend Danger

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Tim Biskup

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Insite

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Kettle

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Cory Etzkorn

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

GiftRocket

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Cabedge

Contact Forms

Studio Chirpy

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

murray & murray

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Loysel’s Toy

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

headlamp

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Growcase

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Christia Wwoo

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Paperlux

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Whitespace

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Select Properties

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Shaw & Shaw Photography

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Forefathers

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

IQ Creative Intelligence

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Syropia

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Fakta

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Dolce Caffé Font

Contact Forms
Contact Forms

Source:

The Best Designs
Abduzeedo – Sites of the Week

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

15 Comments

  1. Tristar Web Design Reply

    I haven’t really been wow’ed by any of these. There are some really lovely contact forms but nothing unusual or eye catching. I like the maps which are being shown, they are all very creative. Including the old style map on Loysels Toy. I loved the Shaw and Shaw site, not particularly for the contact form but the style and design. It’s really interesting.

  2. Jem Reply

    All very pretty and creative, yes. But of the six that caught my eye sufficiently to follow the links, four were inaccessible to me and the other two were difficult to use because of very basic and easily fixed oversights. Usability being sacrificed at the altar of design again. I thought, or hoped, that designers had by now realised that these two aims are not mutually exclusive and that they just present another challenge for their skills.

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