When a person wants to make a purchase online, a retailer has the option to include a credit card checkout page that facilitates the process and builds the consumer's trust. A checkout page that has a simple yet attractive design pleases the customer. One developer recently designed such a page. It has a sort of three-dimensional element to make it look as if the credit card is angled toward the person. The form to fill in the information is simple. The font is easy to read and the color combination pleases the eyes.
This page also features a radio button element so that the consumer can click it if they want the site to "remember" their payment information. Some of the people who reviewed this credit card checkout page did not like that. It is not obvious how to "uncheck" it if the consumer changes their mind about having the site store their financial details. It is also not clear on how the consumer could change the saved information if they get a new credit card.
Radio buttons cannot be unset. On the development side, they represent a multiple choice option. The consumer may not know this because there are no other choices available. A check box represents a binary option. A slider also represents a binary option. A developer would do well to use a check box or a slider for this choice. Otherwise, the consumer may worry that they cannot undo their saved data. In some cases, refreshing the page removes the selection with the radio button, but this is not always the case.
A few people noted that the mm/yy section is improperly completed. The image shows four digits for the year, while the instructions indicate that the consumer should enter two digits. Viewers also disliked the 'select card type' and displaying of a credit card company's logo. However, this image did not show a box for the consumer to select the brand of credit card. Most sites can quickly figure this out once the consumer enters the first four digits of their credit card's number. For more information click here https://i.redd.it/78i4mx2y2og21.png.