Category: Signup Forms

Forms serve a specific function: To capture information. From emails to phone numbers to feedback, a good form can make people WANT to enter their information.  Conversely, a bad form can drive people away.  Here is a sampling of high converting and cleverly done forms.

TheHustle Home Page and Email Signup

TheHustle home page features ONLY an email signup form which gets users on their email list. This gives people only one option when landing on this page: To subscribe.

Self Driving Vehicle White Paper Signup Form

This is a white paper signup form to receive a self driving vehicle paper for large enterprises. Despite this form not being exceedingly “pretty” or fancy, this format of white …

Book Cover Mall Sales Page

This is a great looking page for Book Cover Mall that sells users on getting a book cover made. It’s a very nice looking site, with lots of book covers …

Matthew Barby Consulting Page

This is a great example of a consulting page by Matthew Barby.  The format is:


Very simple and effective page …

Self Publishing School Order Form

Here’s a great example of a friendly and easy order form by Self Publishing School.

They have two different order forms for their cart, the first one is for their …

Kevin Rose Email Newsletter (The Journal)

This is an email newsletter signup form by Digg creator Kevin Rose. It’s extremely simple, and includes an interesting number that caught us off guard: His open rate:

That’s a …

Freelancing Rate Form

This is a super cool (and functional) rate calculator to show people how making more per hour impacts their yearly income.…

Video Fruit Email Signup Form

The entire point of this page by Brian Harris of VideoFruit is to get people to signup to the email list in multiple ways.…

Social Triggers Email Signup Form

This is the homepage of Social Triggers by Derek Halpern. The main emphasis is on signing up for the email newsletter, but there’s also blog posts people can explore.…