If your website’s like a house, your Contact Us page is like the letterbox – or the doorbell. It’s how people will reach and interact with your business – whether that’s to learn more about your brand, or to enquire further about engaging it.
It goes without saying, then, that your business doesn’t just need a Contact Us page. It needs a good one.
To that end, we’ve pulled together the 10 best Contact Us page examples from across the internet. These Contact Us pages look good, read well, and make a compelling case for their users to get in touch. So read on, and explore them all below!
A Contact Us page is a section on a website dedicated to allowing that site’s audience – be they existing clients, potential customers, or simply interested parties – to contact the business. A Contact Us page typically includes the business’:
- Email address
- Phone number
- Physical address(es), with an accompanying map
- A contact form for enquiries
- Links to social media and help and support resources
Contact Us pages are rarely the belle of the ball. Typically, they’re not the first place a customer will land on your website (the homepage) or their top destination for learning about your business (the About Us page).
But what it lacks in profile, a Contact Us page makes up for in usefulness. Here’s how:
- It generates leads for your company: With an embedded contact form for people looking to make enquiries, a Contact Us page can be a vital source of warm leads – ready to deliver straight into the lap of your sales team.
- It builds authority and website credibility: It’s a subtle psychological phenomenon, but your Contact Us page goes a long way to convincing your potential customers that your business is a trustworthy, credible place to shop.
- It boosts customer loyalty: Contact Us pages aren’t just for attracting new customers. They’re the first place existing customers looking for assistance will go. With a good Contact Us page, they’ll feel more satisfied and supported – leading them to feel more loyal to, and more engaged with – your business.
Ready to dive into our 10 favorite Contact Us page examples on the internet?
Yeti sells ultra-durable water bags, bottles, and apparel for lovers of the great outdoors – and its Contact Us page reflects that to a tee. Set against a backdrop of a relevant, aspirational image – a hiker surveying an expansive mountain landscape – Yeti’s Contact Us page is both inspirational and on-brand.
We also love how easy Yeti’s Contact Us page’s UX (user experience) is. Icons, clear call to action (CTA) buttons and plenty of white space combine to make the page simple to explore at a glance, and even simpler to navigate. You can view FAQs, information about warranty, shipping, returns, and registration – and even request a bespoke quote.
Despite having made it onto this list, Red Bull doesn’t have a Contact Us page, per se. What it does have, though? A contact assistant.
The Red Bull Assistant is an automated chatbot, which utilizes advanced algorithms to answer your question. It filters through your enquiry to funnel you to the right part of the website, and – if it can’t answer your question – will connect you to a member of Red Bull’s customer support team.
Aside from this nifty feature, Red Bull’s “Contact Us” page is packed with content. It contains a carousel with links to Red Bull’s athletes, events, merchandise and more, plus information about the company.
Refreshingly, Red Bull’s Contact Us page is also image-centric, leading with a large, full-length image of a surfer emerging from the water. It’ll appeal to active, sport-addicted people – Red Bull’s exact target demographic!
Popular CRM provider HubSpot has offices all over the world – and the company ensures, through its Contact Us page, that each one is contactable.
From Berlin to Bogota, HubSpot’s Contact Us page features a phone number and physical address for each of its 12 offices around the globe. As well as each individual number, broken down by country, of its American, European, and Asia-Pacific located presences. Basically, it doesn’t skimp on the details!
Inspirational in its comprehensiveness and clarity – the page is neatly laid out and simple to navigate and engage with – HubSpot offers a shining example of what an excellent Contact Us page can look like.
Chipotle’s Contact Us page differs from the norm in that it’s basically an extended list of FAQs. From queries around getting food delivered to questions about the menu, loyalty program, or becoming a franchisee, Chipotle’s customers will find everything they need in front of them. And if they don’t, “Pepper” – Chipotle’s chatbot – should be able to assist.
Better still, the FAQs are written in the fun, conversational style so integral to – and recognizable as – the Chipotle brand. Reassuring the customer with answers to their questions, all while putting a smile on their face.
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Danish-based website pop-up builder Sleeknote channels its Scandinavian roots to deliver a Contact Us page that’s slick, sleek, and seamless as its name.
Kitted out with clean lines, crisp copywriting, and splashes of classy purple font, Sleeknote’s Contact Us page has a breezy UX. But Sleeknote never sacrifices substance for style. It’s a treasure trove of information – with links to product demos, webinars, guides, success stories, a blog, and an extremely comprehensive help center.
Prominent CRM and help-desk software provider Zendesk offers up a Contact Us page that keeps things simple.
Set against a colorful backdrop, two large white blogs let Zendesk’s customers contact the sales team, or access product and account support. Clearly laid out this way, Zendesk cleverly funnels customers to the part of the website they need to be in.
Like HubSpot, Zendesk’s Contact Us page also provides links to every one of its offices around the world – again making sure that customers are in the right place, before they get through to a support agent.
Boutique makeup brand Glossier’s Contact Us page isn’t one for wasting words, either. A visually striking – yet deceptively simple – page is light on copy, but big on information. We love it because of how easy Glossier makes it for its customers to access the right department.
Glossier’s Contact Us page signposts clear links to its Business + Partnerships, Press, and Careers sections, respectively – as well as the address of its New York-based headquarters.
But despite the amount of information here, the page’s conversational tone – largely down to the warm, friendly nature of the copywriting – ensures it never loses its down-to-earth, human feel.
Moz’s Contact Us page fuses conversational copywriting, easy-on-the-eye design, and a social conscience to create a bright, positive – and effective – Contact Us page.
A large yellow CTA button makes it easy to get straight through to Moz’s support team, while physical addresses, and maps, of its Vancouver- and Seattle-based locations allow Moz’s customers to contextualize it in the world. Further down the page, a statement of land acknowledgment demonstrates Moz’s social and community credentials.
Creativity and productivity tool Notion’s Contact Us page doesn’t get bogged down over-explaining its services. Instead, it keeps the focus purely on the customer – and how Notion can work for them. The page clearly, succinctly explains its core benefits, while an extensive contact form asks “how are you looking to use Notion?”
For customers looking for support, rather than to contact the company directly, the page offers a link to the help and documentation section of its website, allowing people to self-serve.
Accenture, an IT and consulting company, maintains the professional tone it cultivates across the rest of its website with a crisp, clean Contact Us page. Domestic and international phone numbers are displayed in large, bold font, while a location-finder enables Accenture’s audience to track down its offices across the world.
Also on the page is a collapsible list of resources aimed at specific subsections of Accenture’s audience: including job seekers, media and industry analysts, investors, suppliers, and existing employees. Meaning that, whoever’s contacting Accenture – and for whatever reason – they can get straight through to the support they’re requesting.
To say a Contact Us page is important is, quite frankly, an understatement. It’s how your potential customers will get in touch to learn more about your business and purchase your products and services. And how your existing customers will contact you to seek help and support.
Above, we’ve presented our top 10 favorites from across the web. With friendly, conversational tones, clear links to physical offices and contact numbers, and aesthetically simple, pleasant designs, these Contact Us page examples are the best.
So get inspired!
If you don’t have a lot of experience – or confidence – in creating this kind of Contact Us page, explore our web design best practices for our top tips and inspo. Or, take a more hands-off route – and hire a web designer to do it for you!