Price comparison design is an important part of a website, especially in web hosting businesses where consumers are very price sensitive. A good price comparison table conveys the value of its package straight away so that consumers don’t need to think or recalculate. In fact, most online sales are driven by how well the price comparison is done as consumers typically want to be assured that they are getting the best deal.
Here are a few gorgeous price comparison tables that can give some inspiratiosn on how to do a good design in this area.
Great use of colors to highlight the best pricing option to consumers. The design is clear and free of any distractions that might move the consumer away from making a purchase.
The design is not as clean as #1 but I like the use of the heading. If you are from a freelance team, you will know straight away which package is for you.
The background uses monotone colors to let the pricing package jump out. The only thing I will change is to use a different color to highlight the package that I want to promote. I will also like to highlight more differences in terms of the features in each of the package.
A different take on the price comparison table. It is unique but I am not sure if it works. The icons is a nice touch design wise but I wonder whether it does anything for conversion. The prices are also not obvious on the first glance.
I liked the bold prices and the use of good naming conventions for the difference packages. The order now button is not too clear and there is no color to differentiate which package is being promoted.
There is a lot to like about this design. The use of a different color to highlight the best package is great. Adding the word ‘recommended’ helps as well. The only thing I will change is to make the pricing a bit more obvious.
This is a very bold design. The company is obviously trying something new but I am not sure it works. The vertical arrangement makes it a bit difficult to do comparison. The different shades of the same color also doesn’t tell the user which package is the recommended one.
One of the most colorful design I have seen. It is pleasing to the eye but not sure about its effectiveness in converting users to customers. The use of different customer groups such as personal, corporate etc is a nice touch.