Poorly designed webforms can lead to a number of issues such as confusion, frustration, and ultimately a loss of conversions.
Behavioural insights on online forms have become increasingly as businesses recognise the power of understanding and predicting human behaviour.
The number of fields are depending on the purpose, the objective of the company, and the effort required to fill in the fields.
By tracking the activity on your website forms, you can analyse user behavior and see if and where they are dropping off on each field of the form.
In this article, we are going to take a look at the online forms of three different brands in the automotive industry in the Netherlands: Ford, Peugeot and Cupra.
We like to stand out. We like the extraordinary. Optimising web forms is an art for our team. Through a series of blogs we’d like to take you through all our unique views on features that make your forms shine.