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Simplifying Credit Card Payment Form Through UX Design

Published on 05 February 18
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Selling a product to a customer is an arduous task and if it is online is much more difficult. The user has to go through a chain of work from finding a suitable customer to summarizing the product, making them fill plenty of forms and finally get money, all through risking on losing the customers.

Website UI UX design Auckland ensures to reduce the level of complication. As it is noted human span of attention is very less, which leads to complications especially in the case of filling the payment form for a credit card which can lead to a lot of confusion.

Do not confuse

Thread less team ensures the users are not obstructed in their process and thus apply short prods to make it clearer for the user. For example, Name (as per on the card), Card number (no spaces or dashes) thereby reducing the risk of errors. These prompts can also be hidden behind question marks so that it does not get too obtrusive and the user, when needed, can click for help.

Make them feel secure

When it comes to divulging credit card details online, one surely wants to be guaranteed security of their information. If your site fails to provide the kind of secured environment for your user, they may soon opt out of it.

UI/UX Design Agency Bangkok lends the users a 128-bit SSL protocol, which is encrypted securing such confidential data. Here the look and feel of the website plays a crucial role. If the design of the website appears too late, it will be considered as a fraud site repelling users out of your website.

Reduce Navigation

Buffer App reduces the need for navigating back and forth to the previous page to know about the price and details. It lists the entire information in the payment page from the service subscribed to payment option, thus giving a feel of an authentic website to the audience.

Tutorials

Website UI UX design Auckland elucidates the process of building a credit card form page.

Generate Idea

Foremost it is necessary to create an idea in the mind of the basic structure of UI/UX Design Agency London how the interface will look and what will be elements and contents used.

(CTA) Call-To-Action

The CTA should be precise. Relent from using common phrases like OK, Continue, etc. which can confuse the users. Do not fail to put a headline, which the user can relate to and make them feel you are available for their assistance.

Security

Ensure your users are well informed about the SSL protocol for security as well as make them aware of the refund options possible at the time of purchase.

Filling Forms

Take care of minute details like putting a / in the expiration date field whereby the customers are specified about what to be filled.

Prompts and Labels

Proper prompts in the needed fields and auto-filling of the card number will not only build trust but also reduce the risk of confusion.

For example – Last 3 digits of the card helps one make out where to find the security code on the card making it user-friendly and simple.
Selling a product to a customer is an arduous task and if it is online is much more difficult. The user has to go through a chain of work from finding a suitable customer to summarizing the product, making them fill plenty of forms and finally get money, all through risking on losing the customers.

Website UI UX design Auckland ensures to reduce the level of complication. As it is noted human span of attention is very less, which leads to complications especially in the case of filling the payment form for a credit card which can lead to a lot of confusion.

Do not confuse



Thread less team ensures the users are not obstructed in their process and thus apply short prods to make it clearer for the user. For example, Name (as per on the card), Card number (no spaces or dashes) thereby reducing the risk of errors. These prompts can also be hidden behind question marks so that it does not get too obtrusive and the user, when needed, can click for help.

Make them feel secure



When it comes to divulging credit card details online, one surely wants to be guaranteed security of their information. If your site fails to provide the kind of secured environment for your user, they may soon opt out of it.

UI/UX Design Agency Bangkok lends the users a 128-bit SSL protocol, which is encrypted securing such confidential data. Here the look and feel of the website plays a crucial role. If the design of the website appears too late, it will be considered as a fraud site repelling users out of your website.

Reduce Navigation



Buffer App reduces the need for navigating back and forth to the previous page to know about the price and details. It lists the entire information in the payment page from the service subscribed to payment option, thus giving a feel of an authentic website to the audience.

Tutorials



Website UI UX design Auckland elucidates the process of building a credit card form page.

Generate Idea



Foremost it is necessary to create an idea in the mind of the basic structure of UI/UX Design Agency London how the interface will look and what will be elements and contents used.

(CTA) Call-To-Action



The CTA should be precise. Relent from using common phrases like OK, Continue, etc. which can confuse the users. Do not fail to put a headline, which the user can relate to and make them feel you are available for their assistance.

Security



Ensure your users are well informed about the SSL protocol for security as well as make them aware of the refund options possible at the time of purchase.

Filling Forms



Take care of minute details like putting a / in the expiration date field whereby the customers are specified about what to be filled.

Prompts and Labels



Proper prompts in the needed fields and auto-filling of the card number will not only build trust but also reduce the risk of confusion.

For example – Last 3 digits of the card helps one make out where to find the security code on the card making it user-friendly and simple.

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