35 Creative call to action buttons for inspiration

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Web designers always focus from the user perspective. Call to action is that expression in web deign that seek an action from the user. The most demonstrated form of call to action in web interfaces comes in the form of click able buttons that when clicked, perform an action.

When you are thinking from a designer’s perspective you need to take care of small bits of details in design. In the small details comes button design. Button design because of its size are ignored at times not knowing the impact that well-designed buttons can make on the site. Analyzing the importance of button design we have addressed some impact creating button which are:

  1. Size matters, so create an impact through size.
  2. Place the button in a prominent position so that it gets mileage.
  3. Contrasting colors would help the button distinguish itself.
  4. Use Specific font so that that buttons gets the sense of importance Here are some examples that portrays the efficient use of the things stated in the points.

 

1. Transmission

Transmission

Transmission

 

2. Tea round

Tea round

Tea round

 

3. Agile web solutions

Agile web solutions

Agile web solutions

 

4. Fourfather

Fourfather

Fourfather

 

5. Senzoo

Senzoo

Senzoo

 

6. atebits

atebits

atebits

 

7. File share HQ

File share HQ

File share HQ

 

8. PSD2HTML

PSD2HTML

PSD2HTML

 

9. Shopify

Shopify

Shopify

 

10. Ball park

Ball park

Ball park

 

11. VIRB

VIRB

VIRB

 

12. Paramore redd

Paramore redd

Paramore redd

 

13. Noded

Noded

Noded

 

14. Shinybinary

Shinybinary

Shinybinary

 

15. Dailymile

Dailymile

Dailymile

 

16. picsengine

picsengine

picsengine

 

17. One theme per month

One theme per month

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One theme per month

 

18. Expression engine

Expression engine

Expression engine

 

19. Icon dock

Icon dock

Icon dock

 

20. Commercial IQ

Commercial IQ

Commercial IQ

 

21. Web design beach

Web design beach

Web design beach

 

22. KISSmetrics

KISSmetrics

KISSmetrics

 

23. Survs

Survs

Survs

 

24. Uploadify

Uploadify

Uploadify

 

25. WUFOO

WUFOO

WUFOO

 

26. Daksha

Daksha

Daksha

 

27. UPPCON 10

UPPCON 10

UPPCON 10

 

28. Webs multimedia

Webs multimedia

Webs multimedia

 

29. Third and grand

Third and grand

Third and grand

 

30. Goodbarry

Goodbarry

Goodbarry

 

31. MailBakery

MailBakery

MailBakery

 

32. PSD chimp

PSD chimp

PSD chimp

 

33. Awesem

Awesem

Awesem

 

34. Free agent

Free agent

Free agent

 

35. Spinen

Spinen

Spinen

 

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  • http://www.intenseblog.com Jennifer R

    Can you explain for me how you can collect all of this? This’s awesome!

    • http://www.webanddesigners.com WAD

      We do lots of research by going through lots of websites (CSS Mania, pattern tap,..) to find appropriate websites that resembles to the topic.

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  • http://annanta.com vector graphics

    really inspiring buttons. i loved the Tea round one.. the color and theme also is awesome :)

  • http://kylewdesign.com Kyle

    Some of these are nice examples. But I do have some constructive critisism to offer. IMO its important that buttons look like buttons. And there are a few bad examples here. First, when buttons get too large – have multiple lines of text and/or graphics – they can loose their “buttoness.” They almost turn into a banner ad. They can be eye-catching but as they get bigger they need their own button inside them. Second, it’s less than ideal when buttons aren’t styled like users expect. The current convention is some sort of raised, beveled, etc. shape that protudes from the “surface” of the page. When buttons stray from that they also loose some “buttoness.” Yeah made up a new word.

  • http://www.musichostnetwork.com Music

    this is very useful thank you

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  • http://buddingpress.co.uk Ned

    I think these are great at doing what they do, and pretty – but with a caveat. They (almost) all follow the same basic design principle; subtle gradient, rounded corners, humanist font a lot of the time. While effective and undoubtedly attractive, they don’t engender outside-the-box thought. However, with something as vital as a call-to-action, perhaps it isn’t the time or place for adventurous design.

  • http://dipakden.wordpress.com deepak sharma

    very helpfull list ….. thanx for sharing ……………….

  • http://24pikavippi.fi Vippi Lain

    Well nice buttons but i think the page as whole is important not individual buttons.

    • http://www.webanddesigners.com WAD

      Page is always important but action buttons are used to grab your attention on particular or important things like contact us, free quotes etc.

  • http://www.miwebilimitada.com.ve/ Gabriel – diseño de paginas web

    Friend oh thank you very much for your advice. Now I will consider best place to form the button that I put on my website.
    Gabriel

  • http://www.technyat.com/ LiMoO

    Thanks for this awesome huge collection. I’ve find cool button styles.

  • http://weboutsourcing-gateway.com/ web development

    I enjoy browsing through the array of button design! Mt top three are
    Transmission, Senzoo, and picsengine. The button of Transmission looks
    sophisticated. Senzoo is simply yet elegant. And picsengine has strong
    look and classical feel. However, I love the website background color of
    Icon dock and Daksha. Maybe I am subjective in terms of the website
    background color because I really love Purple and Red. Anyway, thank
    you for this wonderful post…

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  • Alan

    the logo of this website looks like a vagina.

  • Tim

    Here are some useful Call to Action buttons for you Webdesign projects: http://graphicriver.net/collections/3466923-call-to-action-buttons

  • Emailchopper

    Nice one and definitely an interesting idea and concept on the relationship between design and colour. I have actually read the article twice now – very interesting! http://www.emailchopper.com