Pattern #3: Fewer Form Fields

Pattern Author: Jakub Linowski - Founder & Editor @ GoodUI.org

Based on 7 Tests, Members See How Likely This Pattern Will Win Or Lose And Its (?) Median Effect

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Almost Certain Winner
Fewer Form Fields

Pattern Properties

  1. Remove: Form Fields Fewer Form Fields

    This little pattern suggests to get rid of as many form fields as possible on the basis that they cause friction.

Pattern #3: Fewer Form Fields
Was Tested On Mt.com by Vito Mediavilla

  • Test 155
  • Tested on Mt.com by Vito Mediavilla
  • Feb 22, 2018

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With 8,652 Visitors
Screen: Product
Devices: Mobile

  • Measured by form submits

    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)

  • Measured by form fill initiation (starts typing any field)

    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
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The Same Pattern Was Also Tested Here

  • Test 122
  • Tested on An Anonymous Site
  • Aug 01, 2017

It Worked Here

Screen: Checkout
  • Measured by visits to next step.

    3.8% Converted (967 of 25489 visits)
    5.1% Converted (1276 of 24991 visits)

Source: web.archive.org/web/20170227061603/www.conversiondoctor.com/conversion-blog/coupon-codes-increase-checkout-abandonment

The test was run for an online retailer in the women’s clothing market (according to Conversion Doctor). The control (A) had a coupon code on the first page of the checkout process. The variation (B) had the coupon code removed.

  • Test 85
  • Tested on Vivareal.com.br by Rodrigo Maués
  • Mar 01, 2017

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With 102,331 Visitors
Screen: Product

  • (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)

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  • Test 11
  • Tested on Prizegrab.com by Greg Van Horn
  • Oct 20, 2016

Find Out How It Performed
With 3,142 Visitors
Screen: Home & Landing

  • Measured by form submits

    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)

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  • Test 42
  • Tested on Adoramapix.com by Herman Klein
  • May 11, 2016

Find Out How It Performed
With 15,516 Visitors
Screen: Shopping Cart

  • Measured by post-purchase page visits

    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)

  • Measured by visits to shopping cart

    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)

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  • Test 28
  • Tested on Digitalmarketer.... by Justin Rondeau
  • Mar 01, 2016

Find Out How It Performed
With 6,315 Visitors
Screen: Home & Landing

  • Measured by form submits

    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)
    (?)% Converted ((?) of (?) visits)

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  • Test 121
  • Tested on Bionicgloves.com by Sq1
  • Mar 13, 2015

Maybe It Worked Here

Screen: Shopping Cart

Source: vwo.com/blog/promo-code-box-ecommerce-website-bleeding-dollars-ab-test/

VWO.com published this test which removed two coupon fields on a shopping cart: a gift card code and a special offer code.

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