When you think of excellent website design, you probably think about a website's homepage, blog, or product pages.

But what about a website's Contact Us page?

Unlock 42 more inspiring "contact us" page examples to help you reimagine the  power of yours. 

Far too many website designers put contact pages near the bottom of their priority list in terms of copywriting and design. It’s no wonder that many contact pages look like they were built in the 1990s, while the rest of the website is beautiful and updated.

That, my friends, is a huge mistake. Your Contact Us page is one of the most valuable pages on your website. And for most companies, it's typically one of the most-visited site pages.

In this article, we’ll show you over 40 real-life examples of contact pages you can use to inspire yours.

But first, let’s review elements effective contact pages have in common to learn about the features and best practices you should remember to include in your web form.

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Contact Page Best Practices

Great contact forms typically:

  • Are easy to find, so a visitor can quickly get in touch should they need it.
  • Explain why someone should contact them, and describe how they can help solve their visitors' problems.
  • Include an email and phone number so visitors can quickly find the correct information.
  • Include a short form using fields that'll help the business understand who's contacting them.
  • Include a call-to-action to provide visitors with another option if they choose not to complete the form.
  • Showcase the company's thought leadership, whether by including a list of recent blog posts or articles about the company in the press.
  • Link to active social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to give visitors a way to engage with the business.
  • Redirect to a thank you page that explains when and how you'll be contacting them and links to helpful content and resources.
  • Are creative and memorable, allowing visitors to associate contacting your brand with a positive or funny memory.
  • Show off what your brand does so visitors and potential customers can get a sense of the work you do before they even get in touch.
  • Avoid unnecessary fields and words, so your page remains as straightforward as possible — no fluff.

Now that we've gone over best practices let's review examples of some of the most effective contact pages on the Internet.

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Contact Us Header Examples

An effective Contact Us page typically starts with a catchy header. This draws the visitor in and encourages them to utilize your support offers.

Read on for a few examples of companies that have awesome headers on their contact page.

1. Unbounce

UNbounce contact page header

Unbounce’s contact page places the header front and center for the user. It’s welcoming and accounts for all types of support inquiries including both customer support and marketing partnerships.

2. JetBlue

JetBlue contact us header

JetBlue's header creates a sense of urgency for the visitor. This is nice because people visiting this page are likely looking for answers quickly — especially if they're troubleshooting an issue right before a flight.


If your looking for a sales-oriented approach, you can use this one from IMPACT's Contact Us page. It gets the sales process moving right away by encouraging users to set up a meeting with a sales rep to learn more about the company and its offers.

4. Brandaffair

Brandfair contact us header

This contact page is for a marketing agency that works directly with businesses. Since it knows its audience, Brandaffair encourages visitors to "have a talk" with them rather than providing its support resources.

5. Yummygum

Yummygum contact us header

As an avid coffee drinker, I can deeply relate to this particular header. Aside from that, this is a friendly and inviting message that gets right to the point for the visitor. It shows where the company is located on one side of the page, as well as how you can contact them on the other side of the page.

Now that you have ideas for a catchy header, use these examples to design the rest of your Contact Us page.

A well-crafted contact page will enhance user experience and cultivate a strong relationship with your leads. Although no two businesses are the same, and every buyer persona requires different things, there are multiple elements in the following examples you can pull from and include (or not include) in your contact page.

1. Tune

Contact us page Tune

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A lot is going well for Tune's contact page: the beautiful design, the calls-to-action, the clearly displayed contact information, and the form below the fold for visitors who want to get in touch with specific inquiries.

What I love the most about its page, though, is how welcoming it is. With copy like "Let’s have a conversation" and "Ask how we can help you," it makes visitors feel like they're being taken care of.

Many business' contact pages are rather cold — but the more friendly you make your page's copy, the better you'll make your visitors feel. After all, you should want them to contact you so you can help them and start building a relationship.

2. HubSpot

hubspot  example of Best Contact Us Pages

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HubSpot's Contact Us page demonstrates how a contact page can be used as a customer service tool. At the top, there are two prominent CTAs connecting visitors with the HubSpot Sales and Support teams. HubSpot understands people visiting this page are likely interested in purchasing a product or need help troubleshooting one. By placing those buttons at the top of the page, HubSpot provides proactive customer service to its visitors.

Another notable feature is how the contact page is embedded into the HubSpot portal. This makes the page more accessible to the user and saves them time. If you're working in a HubSpot portal and need to look up the support phone number, you don't have to navigate away from your account — creating a more user-friendly and omni-channel experience for the customer.

3. Choice Screening

Choice Contact us page

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Hands down, the best thing about Choice Screening's Contact Us page is the copy.

It doesn't get much better than this — all starting with that concise, delightful "Talk to a Human" header.

Following all that excellent copy is a well-organized page with contact information containing emails for every different department, followed by a form. The form's a little lengthy for most businesses, but for a company that runs background checks of all kinds, the form fields are likely necessary to help them organize all their inquiries.

When considering how long your own forms should be, think about whether you'd rather have more inquiries coming in or higher quality inquiries coming in. As long as you have other, more accessible avenues for folks to contact you, a longer form can be okay for your businesses.

4. Atlas 1031 Exchange

Atlas Contact Us Page

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At first glance, Atlas 2031 Exchange's contact page doesn't have the sexiest of designs. But when you look closely, you'll realize that it has every single aspect of a great Contact Us page — and that starts with its functionality.

The page actually lists out what people will get when they ask a question, including a promise for a short response time of 12 hours or fewer. The page also includes easy-to-read contact information, social media buttons, links to offers, and even a list of recently published blog posts. Well done.

5. Morroni

Morroni Contact Us Page

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These days, most people would much instead fill out a form than get on the phone and talk to someone. When choosing what to ask people in your contact forms, make sure you choose questions that'll help your specific business understand the person contacting you — and even help you qualify them as a potential lead.

Of course, some people do like picking up the phone, hence the delightful quip before the phone number. We also like Morroni's colorful design that shows the page was not an after-thought.

6. Pixpa

PixPa Contact Us Page

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You'd be surprised how many Contact Us pages don't include a call-to-action. Although the primary purpose of your contact page is to help people get in touch with your company, there'll always be folks who land on the page and don't want to fill out the form. That's where a little secondary CTA can fit in nicely.

It can be as simple as a button leading to your blog. Or, it can lead people to demo your product, download a how-to guide, or watch a video. The folks over at Pixpa chose to add a CTA at the bottom of their Contact Us page for a free trial. That way, they're providing value to the folks who land on the page and really just want to talk to a sales rep directly.

7. PeopleMetrics

peoplemetrics  example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Sometimes, the simplest approach is the best approach. PeopleMetrics' contact page is clean, well written, and does exactly what it's supposed to do. It knows that most people who land on the contact page are scanning for the easiest and best way to get in touch, so it didn't let any heavy design get in the way.

To make people's lives even easier, PeopleMetrics lets you use your Facebook or Google Apps login, shortening the conversion path even further. Plus, we think it's clever to include an option for visitors to subscribe to their blog simultaneously as they submit a request.

8. Sleeknote

Contact Us Sleeknote

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Here's another contact page with a clean, functional design. All the information you need to know, including a short form, is consolidated into a smaller space that doesn't feel crowded.

I'd also like to point out a small but important detail for businesses who have international customers. Check out how Sleeknote included the prefix for its country's code when listing its contact phone number. Many people overlook this if they aren't used to dialing international prefixes themselves, but it's beneficial for your international clients to have it right there.

Here's a list of country codes if you don't know yours.

9. Weifield Group Contracting

Weifield Group Contact Us

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With the continuing rise of mobile web browsing and Google heavily favoring mobile-friendly websites on its search engine results pages, all pages on your website — including your Contact Us page — must be mobile-friendly.

Being mobile-friendly involves simplifying your navigation, keeping forms short, including clickable CTA buttons and large form fields that make it easy for folks to fill it out on their mobile devices instead of having to pinch and zoom.

The Weifield Group's contact page is an excellent example of one that is mobile-friendly and responsive. Check out the desktop version of its contact page first, followed by its contact page on mobile — and note how it has optimized every part of the page for mobile. The text is large, the form fields are easy to fill out, and their CTA button is large and easily clickable, making for a much more seamless mobile experience.

The desktop version is pictured above, and here's the mobile version:

westfield group contracting example of Best Contact Us Pages

westfield group contracting example of Best Contact Us Pages

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10. Survicate

survicate example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Survicate's contact page is another example of a beautifully simple layout combined with friendly and welcoming copy. I love the subheader below the fold and just above the form, which reads: "Let's talk about your project." That kind of conversational, colloquial language is precisely the kind of copy that makes visitors feel closer to a brand.

The form itself is simple, with large form fields and CTA buttons — making it very mobile-friendly. Below that, they've laid out all the typical contact information — office address, phone number, email, hours of operation, etc. — in a way that's easy to read and scan.

Finally, I love that their icons and primary CTA reflect the same color yellow as their logo. All of these simple touches make for a clean, visually appealing design.

11. Yeti

Yeti Contact Us Page

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Yeti sells coolers and drinkware built for the great outdoors, and its Contact Us page maintains the cool, outdoorsy brand. I especially like the clever tagline encouraging visitors to reach out ("While we're good with smoke signals, there are simpler ways for us to get in touch and answer your questions.") and the multiple different ways to connect across platforms.

The beautiful image of a hiker in the mountains with a Yeti cooler is juxtaposed with a clean white background to make the contact information and CTAs clear for site visitors. And the link to Yeti's knowledge base helps them quickly and easily find answers if they don't want to wait around.

12. Glossier

glossier example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Skincare and makeup brand Glossier sells aesthetically pleasing cosmetics in various containers of pink and white — which is reflected on the website, too. The Contact Us page is clean, simple, and easy-to-read, but its simplicity belies Glossier's secret weapon: the gTEAM — its customer service arm responds to every single message and comment the team receives via email or social media.

Glossier's Contact Us page offers visitors various options for contacting the correct team, including its Help and FAQs section. The web page makes it clear and straightforward to get the information you need.

13. Moz

moz example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Moz, a Seattle-based SEO software company, features a bold and clear CTA on its Contact Us page. This leads visitors to a more detailed 'Help Hub,' where visitors can click around to find the help they need for specific software or services Moz offers.

moz example of Best Contact Us Pages

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With offerings as vast and multi-faceted as those of Moz, it's a brilliant idea not to overwhelm someone who needs help right off the bat.

Instead, Moz provides the need-to-know contact information on its main Contact Us page, with additional, more detailed resources available once they click 'Contact the Help Team.' Plus, it features a neat map of Seattle showing exactly where Moz is for people who want to visit in person.

14. Zendesk

Zendesk Contat Us page

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Zendesk is a cloud-based customer service software that focuses on engagement. Over 300 million people worldwide use Zendesk's customer service departments and help desks as its chosen form of support.

Everything on the Zendesk website is minimalist, clean, and color-coordinated. The aesthetic carries over to its simplistic and effective contact page. When it comes to web forms, businesses that keep them as straightforward as possible experience higher conversions, and that is the reason Zendesk is on our list.

There are two main CTAs on the contact us page.

The first one, “Contact Sales,” leads you to a simple, easy-to-fill form.

zendesk example of Best Contact Us Pages

The other CTA, “Go to the help center” leads customers to a knowledge base and community of other customers who can answer questions they have.

At the bottom of the contact page, there is an area where visitors can browse through Zendesk product support options and review Zendesk office locations. It's clear the company took the time to build this page with its buyer personas in mind. It considered what users might be looking for on the contact page and added those items as additional resources.

15. Accenture

accenture example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Accenture offers professional services all around the globe (in 120 countries, to be exact), so suffice it to say, there are probably hundreds of different phone numbers and emails people could reach out to for help.

Luckily, this multinational corporation has figured out how to present a lot of information compactly on its Contact Us page — with expandable sections visitors can click into to get the information they need.

The Contact Us page is actually chock-full of helpful contact information for any request under the sun, but by organizing it compactly, Accenture prevents too much confusion while still giving the information needed.

16. Happy Cork

Happy Cork contact us page

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Happy Cork is a New-York-based company that delivers beer, wine, and spirits to local neighborhoods in the city.

While New York may never sleep, Happy Cork certainly does as it lists its hours of operation clearly on its contact page. Its schedule is split into two tables, Store Hours and Delivery Hours, which informs customers when and how they can purchase from Happy Cork.

At the top of the page, there's an interactive map that shows visitors where Happy Cork delivers to. You can filter by each neighborhood and easily decifer whether or not your location is within the company's delivery range. This saves customers from putting together an order online only to have to cancel because Happy Cork can't deliver to them.

17. Scribd

scribd example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Scribd is a fully-fledged digital library that allows readers to enjoy a plethora of books, audiobooks, news articles, magazines, and more right from their browser.

Similar to the rest of Scribd's website, its contact page is engaging and unique. The top of the page includes the location of its company headquarters on Google Maps. It also clearly states its address and provides website visitors with links to its social media profiles.

Below this is an interactive and engaging map of organized buttons where users can select the resource they need, chat with customer service, or send an email address to customer service based on their issue.

Scribd ensures that its website visitors can get the help they need right on the contact page, saving time for both visitors and Scribd. Not only that, but the contact form design is fun and unique.

18. The VIA Agency

The VIA agency contact us page

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The VIA Agency, based in Portland, Maine, uses its website to showcase its slick interactive web work for various big-name clients. So it's no surprise that its Contact Us page features similarly high-tech web features, including parallax scrolling and generally appealing imagery.

The Contact Us page shows visitors what to expect when they work with VIA. It's gorgeous, clear, and provides visitors with the names and contact information of people they can reach out to directly as a bonus.

19. Atlassian

atlassian example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Enterprise software company Atlassian offers a ton of different products for large companies to use to stay organized. But despite that, its Contact Us page is exceptionally well-organized and clear, so visitors can quickly sort through its website to find the help they need.

I particularly like the headshots showcasing the friendly-looking real people who are available to help, as well as the opportunity to submit feedback to Atlassian's founders front-and-center on the page. It shows a commitment to transparency and an openness to criticism that's refreshing — in addition to sharing a wide variety of help documents, FAQs, and ways to contact the company.

20. Foundation

Foundation contact us page

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Foundation Inc Co. is a content marketing agency that doubles its contact page as a sales page.

The page design is simple and on par with the rest of the website. On the contact page is a form that helps to qualify anyone who’s reaching out to them.

Most companies ask visitors only for their names, email, and message. But Foundation Inc Co. went ahead to ask questions about the visitor’s budget, biggest marketing challenge, and the services they’re interested in.

21. ban.do

ban.do example of Best Contact Us Pages

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ban.do sells whimsical and creative planners, notebooks, and other accessories, and its entire website reflects its brand style with fun fonts, bright colors, and interesting animations to keep things fun.

Its Contact Us page features an animation of old-fashioned, colorful phones "ringing," lots of bright pink, clever, and casual web copy, and all of the information a visitor on this page might need. From one page, you can get in touch with ban.do, contact customer service, and get information about returning a product.

It's important for every page of your website — including the Contact Us page — to reflect the brand, and this page does a great job of keeping things fun while helping ban.do's customers.

22. Burger King

Burger King Contact Us Page

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Burger King understands its customers might want to contact them for different reasons. And that is why its contact page seeks to address various complaints.

Whether a customer is looking for digital or restaurant support, they’ll find answers on Burger King’s contact page.

There’s also a store locator that helps customers find the nearest Burger King restaurants.

23. Medium

medium example of Best Contact Us Pages

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When you first navigate Medium's Contact Us page, you see a quirky custom illustration that reads “Everything you wanted to know but didn’t know who to ask” with an emphasis on whitespace.

Visitors have the option to type in a topic or submit a request — or, if they keep scrolling, they'll find Medium's helpfully curated list of knowledge base articles and forums to peruse.

medium example of Best Contact Us Pages

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24. Achieve3000

achieve3000 example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Like many businesses out there, Achieve3000 has many different types of people visiting its website — and what these people want to contact them about can vary widely. That's why it decided to go deeper than the one-size-fits-all approach.

After the fold and a few words explaining what visitors will get when they contact them, you'll find three options: You can reach out to a sales rep, visit the help center, or get in touch with customer support. The help center leads to another landing page, while the sales information and customer support options show a form visitors can fill.

Here's the contact form for customer support inquiries:

achieve3000 example of Best Contact Us Pages

[View the full 'Contact Us' page here.]

It's a clever idea to combine your contact page with your knowledge base. That way, on one page, your users and customers can effectively navigate questions and concerns or reach out, all in one place.

25. Marvel

Marvel Contact us Page

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Marvel is a design software helping users build and produce digital products. The company embraces creativity and encourages customers to "design anything, anywhere." So, it's no surprise its contact page is colorful and packed with playful images and designs. Marvel has taken a traditionally formal page and redesigned it to match its brand image.

Not only is this approach fun and eye-catching, but it's also used as a marketing tool. In the middle of the page, there's a free downloadable offer. Visitors can download images of the product or company logo to share on their personal and professional channels.

26. Dollar Shave Club

dollar shave club example of Best Contact Us Pages

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If you're not familiar with Dollar Shave Club, it's a razor subscription service that delivers quality razors at competitive prices. Dollar Shave Club is trying to disrupt its market by positioning itself as a cheaper and more convenient shaving solution. To do that, it needs to educate its target audience on its service, why it's different, and how customers can sign up.

The contact page accomplishes this by providing a comprehensive guide to the company's products and services. In the middle of the page sits a drop-down menu listing options including how it works, shipping and delivery, account management, products, and gifting. This type of customer self-service creates more engagement with the visitor and improves your site's click-through rates.

27. Molamil

Molamil Contact Page

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Molamil made our list for two reasons: First, it's hard to forget a page filled with floating heads. Second, the copy is so genuine you'll want to trust this company with crafting your product vision. The page’s top tells a compelling brand story and invites the visitor to "come by for a cup of coffee or a beer." This makes the visitor feel welcomed instead of pressured into making any immediate decisions.

Aside from the quirky images and playful text, Molamil highlights its brand values as well. The contact page lists collaboration, exploration, and proactivity as Molamil's core company values. This lets the visitor know the business may have some fun, but it's still dedicated to fulfilling customer needs.

28. Let's Travel Somewhere

let's travel somewhere example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Let's Travel Somewhere is a travel blog written by a group of contributors who travel around the world. The goal of the blog is to "capture the essence of every country on the planet." That makes the contact page an essential component of the website. Visitors need to easily access the page and submit their pieces to the editor.

Since the editor travels, the blog's writers need multiple ways to contact her. So, she provides a pop-up form and several social media links, giving the writer multiple communication options.

She even notes that because of her frequent travel, she may be slow to respond at times. This outlines expectations for her writers, so they aren't confused if their pieces aren't published immediately.

29. Grammarly

grammarly example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Grammarly is a software reviewing written documents for grammar and spelling errors. Its contact page is easy to navigate and makes it simple for visitors to accomplish their goals. Grammarly knows visitors coming to this page likely have a support request. So, it placed the support link directly in the middle of the page in a bright green color.

If the visitor has the Grammarly extension installed, it will insert their user information into the support forms. Users don't have to spend time filling out the same fields and can skip right to describing their problem.

30. Hulu

hulu example of Best Contact Us Pages

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Hulu's contact page is combined with its knowledge base. Users search for their solutions and then use the links at the bottom of the page to contact support. This improves customer experience and reduces case volume for its support team.

Hulu also offers a handy chatbot to guide visitors through troubleshooting steps. It starts the chat by suggesting possible questions you might have and provides links to articles that can answer them. And, most of these options are based on popular television events occurring at the time, like in the example below:

hulubot example of Best Contact Us Pages

Source: Hulu

31. The Crabby Shack

The Crabby Shack Contact Us page

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The Crabby Shack makes our list because its website knows its customers. What does it know about them? Well for starters, it knows they're hungry.

Aside from the information provided on the contact page, The Crabby Shack also provides countless images of mouthwatering seafood. This is definitely all the motivation I need to reach out to the restaurant and learn more about its hours.

Additionally, The Crabby Shack provides a contact form as well as an interactive map, so hungry customers know exactly where to go to get their seafood fix.

32. Gymwrap

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Gymwrap's clever marketing strategy leverages its contact page to attract new leads and customers. If you look at the image below, you can see that Gymwrap triggers a pop-up form as soon as new visitors land on its contact page.

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But, Gymwrap isn't just disrupting the user experience. It's offering visitors a discount for signing up for its newsletter. This exchange makes the transaction worthwhile and more appealing to visitors who are navigating to the site just to find support information.

With this approach, what starts as a frustrated customer ends with a happy and loyal user who not only got the answer to their problem, but also a nifty discount on their next purchase as well.

33. Uncle Bobbies Coffee & Books

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Clean and simple is the name of the game for Uncle Bobbies Coffee & Books. Its contact page addresses three unique needs that visitors may have.

First, it provides a contact form for visitors and customers who have general questions about the brand or the website. Next, if you're interested in partnering with the company, you can read on to find the email address that you'll need to reach out to. Lastly, if you're looking for a job, you can learn more about the company's open positions by messaging the address listed at the bottom of the page.

This minimalist approach makes it easy for users to find information and to connect with specific employees at this organization.

34. Fear of God

Fear of God contact page

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When taken out of context, Fear of God's contact page might not look like much. However, it's extremely on-brand if you compare it to the rest of the company's website.

This simple, modern design matches its surroundings perfectly and creates a seamless transition from marketing offers to service resources. This page looks and feels like any other on Fear of God's website while still providing all of the necessary elements that visitors need to find information.

35. Shekudo

Shekudo contact page

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Shekudo is a women's clothing brand that's located in Sydney, Australia. Its founder, Akudo Iheakanwa, created the brand to "shed more light on the local artisan and craftsmanship scene whilst integrating some of the age-old techniques and overlooked local resources into its own contemporary aesthetic.

On its contact page, Shekudo offers three email addresses to contact the company. The first is for general inquiries, the second is for order inquiries, and the last one is for stock and wholesales inquiries. This gives visitors a specific resource to reach out to depending on the question they may have for the company.

What sets Shekudo apart from other organizations on this list is its imagery. Shekudo makes great use of high-quality images that not only compliment the other elements on the page but also showcase the company's products. It makes me want to buy another pair of shoes even though I'm currently in the process of contacting them about another order.

36. Zashadu

Zashadu contact us page

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Zashadu sells handbags that are designed for both men and women. It also sells shoes and accessories like wallets and belts. 

Zashadu makes our list because of how readily available its contact information is. You can reach out to the company via its contact page shown above, or use one of the various options provided on all of the pages by default. This makes life easier for visitors who may have some trouble finding the company's Contact Us page.

Other than its availability, another handy feature is the option to toggle between currencies as well. You can switch your view to "Dollar," "Euro," or "Nigerian Naira," depending on your shopping needs.

37. Mateo

Mateo Contact us page

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Mateo is a fashion and jewelry brand operating out of New York City.

What's great about its contact page is that it includes all of the notable partners that have featured the company's products. This adds credibility to the brand and may be enough to sway potential customers who are on the fence about buying one of its products.

If you're looking for immediate support, there's also the option to communicate with the brand via Facebook messenger. The link on the page takes you directly to Facebook where you can chat with a representative about a past purchase or current offer.

38. Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty Contact Page

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There are plenty of questions you can ask when buying makeup. What ingredients are in this eyeliner? How will this foundation affect my skin? Is there a cheaper alternative to this primer that I love?

With all of these questions, it makes sense for Ulta Beauty to offer a state-of-the-art Contact Us page.

On its page, Ulta provides visitors with four ways to contact its support team. There are also FAQ links featured at the top of the page that can help users find information without having to reach out to customer service. This creates an ideal balance where visitors have plenty of self-service resources as well direct options for contacting Ulta customer support.

39. United Sodas of America

United Sodas of America Contact page

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United Sodas of America offers healthier alternatives to popular soft drinks that are packed with sugar and extra calories. Its sodas only contain 30 calories, which is 400% less than your average can of cola.

United Sodas of America is on our list because it features its contact us page at the bottom of its FAQ page. Users have to first scroll through the most common questions asked prior to reaching out to customer support. This is great because it cuts down the number of routine inquiries that reach the support team — meaning customers are getting faster answers and support reps are dealing with fewer cases. It's a win-win.

40. CUUP

Cuup contact us page

CUUP provides detailed instructions for how users can get in contact with the company. It tells visitors which forms of support are the fastest as well as the hours of operations for each one.

If you get stuck, you can launch CUUP's live chat support option featured in the bottom right-hand corner of the page. That resource connects you with a "Fit Therapist" who can help you find the bra that fits you best.

For marketing inquiries, CUUP also provides two email addresses and a partnership page that visitors can access directly from the contact page. This opens the door for new partnerships that the company may not have initially considered.

Contact Us Page Examples

No matter your industry or what your buyer personas are like, every business should strive for a great Contact Us page. A well-thought contact page helps you maintain a professional feel and make it easy to engage with your audience to build a positive, long-lasting relationship.

Editor's note: This post was originally published in April 2020 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.



Originally published Jul 16, 2021 5:00:00 PM, updated August 25 2021


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