Responsive Design · Website design

Best order form for websites?

Haya Levine Independent Medical Practice Professional

October 26th, 2015

I built my own website on Go Daddy web designer and have built websites on Wix, and I am yet to find a good order form. I need a form where customers can specify the details of their order and hit "pay" at the bottom. 
I've looked through Wix, GoDaddy, Square Space and Wuffoo, and I have found nothing that's snazzy and user friendly. Any tips? 

Will Murphy

October 26th, 2015

In the category of what you are looking for - see if Weebly works for what you are doing - http://www.weebly.com


Robert Tolmach Entrepreneur and Social Entrepreneur

October 26th, 2015

Weebly is very intuitive. Also, try Shopify.com

Haya Levine Independent Medical Practice Professional

October 26th, 2015

Thanks for your replies.  Someone messaged me privately and mentioned Form Stack. Robert, Will, have you ever used it? 

Stephen Mitchell

October 27th, 2015

Ask for the least possible info as possible at the first stage of payment - make it *easy* - then ask for what more you may need to fill out a profile once payment has been included.

John Jansen Director at JAJ DIGITAL Marketing

October 29th, 2015

If you want to handle customers and do so effectively use WooCommerce.
Everything you will ever need. Always updated with the latest info. Leaders in the industry and not by accident. 

Guita Gopalan Head of Customer Success at Stacck

November 3rd, 2015

1. If you need the user to select the items to purchase from a list of products you populate, Shopify and other similar platforms are the best to use.
2. If you just need some details the user will key in and a payment option, then look for a payment system. Paypal and Stripe are options. 

Liza Taylor Communication Specialist at Keyideas Infotech

November 4th, 2015

Haya, you better hire a web designer or outsource it to a web-design agency. Forms are an integral part of digital marketing namely email marketing. In digital marketing term, form-filling falls under CPL or Cost per lead. It is also being used for selling financial products like health insurance or other financial products. If you feel, hiring a web designer is expensive; you better outsource to it to other agencies. 

Good Luck.

David Gengler Online Marketing Manager at Fundly

November 4th, 2015

Another vote for Shopify. Add some form tracking elements to test conversion rates and to see where users drop off at and adjust accordingly.