Need inspiration of Gravity Forms Design Examples? Well at JetSloth we believe in making forms great again. Well, we think, Gravity Forms and great design are the way to do it. Check out why in this exploration post to get inspired by great form design in general as well as how we, JetSloth, tackle great form design in Gravity Forms.
But first, why Gravity Forms?
We’ve been using Gravity forms for coming up to 10 years now and during that time never really thought about moving to another provider. Why is that? Why use Gravity Forms for your WordPress website? We’ve listed a bunch of features and reason to use Gravity Forms as your primary form plugin on your website.
- Easy to use form editor with a drag and drop form builder.
- Under the hood Gravity Forms comes packed with powerful features like conditional logic, calculations, advanced fields like postal address, emails, field data mapping, post uploads, file uploads and way more.
- A huge list of official Gravity Forms Add-ons developed and supported by Gravity Forms themselves, but also an even bigger community of third-party add-ons, and now, officially certified third-party add-ons, of course, JetSloth’s plugins are all officially certified by Gravity Forms.
- Plenty of layout features (even more with version 2.5 coming out soon) and customisation features via CSS, and additional add-ons.
Get inspired with these great Gravity Forms design examples
Here at JetSloth, our primary focus is to make forms great again. We do this by putting a large effort into design and aesthetics. In addition to developing Gravity Forms Add-ons that add powerful features to your Gravity Forms, the combination of great design, design features and clever add-ons is what we’re striving to achieve.
How we tackle design for Gravity Forms
Using custom CSS styles, we’ve developed Gravity Forms skins that suit the project we’re working on at the time. We custom design all our form styles and then build our custom CSS skins for these forms that get applied to all the forms on the WordPress website. Check out some of our personal Gravity Forms design examples below.
Gravity Forms form field design examples
For every client project we undertake, we design a custom interface style for each of the brand’s forms. Have a look at some form design examples for how we design each form field element.
Getting creative with Form design
Besides your typical contact form, support form, etc etc, you can do so much more to push your forms both from an engagement point of view and a visual factor, all of which help with the conversion of course!
Gravity Forms offers lots of extra functionality either in the plugin itself or via quality add-ons. Add-ons like user registration, CRM and email list building add-ons help extend the functionality of your forms.
In addition to these, JetSloth also offers form functionality to create some really creative forms such as out Gravity Forms Image Choices plugin, Accordion Sections Gravity Forms Add-on, Color Picker Add-on for Gravity Forms. See some of these examples below.
Build a simple product visualiser with Gravity Forms Color Picker
Let’s look at how far you can take JetSloth’s Color Picker add-on for Gravity Forms, with a little design skill, and some heavy custom CSS, the results speak for themselves. Let’s make forms great again.
Making your forms look amazing with JetSloth’s Image Choices
Good looking, easy to use forms should be a delight to use and complete. That’s why we’ve developed add-on plugins to help you clean up your Gravity Forms. Let’s look at how far you can take JetSloth’s Image Choices addon for Gravity Forms, with a little design skill, and some heavy custom CSS, the results speak for themselves.
How to build a product configurator with Gravity Forms and Image Choices
Let’s look at how far you can take JetSloth’s Image Choices addon for Gravity Forms, with a little design skill, and some heavy custom CSS, the results speak for themselves. Let’s make forms great again.
Newsletter modals/lightbox form designs
As part of our Newsletter modal/lightbox design post series, we’ve design and custom-built a nifty little Newsletter sign up lightbox generator using Gravity Forms. We’ve designed and built a simple online tool to help with the process! Check-out our free online tool – newsletter sign up modal with Gravity Forms below.
Form design inspirations in the wild
To finish up, there’s a bunch of great form design examples from designers all over the world at dribbble.com. Here are a few notable ones worth checking out.