Often, the contact page is one of the most ignored parts of a site. It’s thrown up sometimes almost as an afterthought. But it’s the one way to reach out to prospective clients and customers. It’s your best foot. Put it forward.
Aspects to consider when designing your contact page is your audience. Why are they visiting your site? What might they be looking for? How should they reach out to you?
Browse these examples and you’ll soon have some great ideas for your own site’s contact page. And if you need a great WordPress contact plugin, we highly recommend Gravity Forms. In fact, that’s what we use for all our client projects; its price is included in the project cost. How can you lose?
Joni Mueller has been designing web sites for hire since 2003, when she first blew up her web host’s server by insisting on running Greymatter. Since then, Joni has designed for Blogger and Movable Type, TextPattern, WordPress and CMS Made Simple. She lives with her cat and shoe collection in a bucolic old section of Houston called Idylwood. For some strange reason, Joni likes to refer to herself in the third person. When she’s not working on web design, she’s ordering lawyers around. And blogging about it. Or both.