Pricing Tables: Examples And Best Practices

Pricing tables play an important role for every company that offers products or services. They are a challenge from both a design and usability standpoint. They must be simple but at the same time clearly differentiate between features and prices of different products and services. A pricing table should help users pick the most appropriate plan for them. A company should carefully examine its product portfolio and pick the most important features to present in its pricing plans. Visitors should be given only the information they would be interested in: available features, options and costs. The rule of thumb is: every unnecessary cell in your pricing table increases the probability of losing potential customers, because you make it more difficult for them to compare various plans and select the best one. Once you have identified the most important features, go ahead and create a more detailed list of features for users who are interested in a particular plan. Users must know what kind of a product they are spending their money on and all of the features associated with it. For a good grounding in exactly how to design and present a pricing table, let’s examine some that other designers have created and analyze them according to the following important criteria: Design: colors, style, typography, icons. Usability: What happens if we turn off CSS and JavaScript? Is it still usable? You may also want to take a look at the following related articles: Navigation Menus: Trends and Examples Web Form Design: Modern Solutions and Creative Ideas Block Quotes and Pull Quotes: Examples and Good Practices Footers: Creative Ideas and Examples Pagination Gallery: Examples and Good Practices Tag Clouds Gallery: Examples and Good Practices Shopping Carts Gallery: Examples and Good Practices

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