Entering credit card information is a task that can afford no error. Users are more careful and sensitive with their input. However, a poorly designed credit card form is error prone and will cause frustration no matter what. The following best practices will guarantee your form meets user needs.
Credit Card Cues
Users need to know which credit cards they can and can’t use. Display the logos of the acceptable credit card networks on the selection option before they begin filling out the form.
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