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28 Days to Better Landing Pages – Day #17: Directional Cues In A Submission Form

TIP:  Use directional cues to help or guide a user when filling out a form.  Show them through arrows and design what the next steps are to your conversion.

If you primary goal is to have someone complete a form, then visually direct them to it so they know what they are supposed to do.  Use arrows to show the user what the next step in the process is.  Also, you can use arrows to show users visually where to directly their eyes in order to complete a form or whatever your specific call to action is.

You also may want to try and use an image and slightly rotate that image like this.

Here are some examples of directional arrows in a submission form.

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