Microcopy bundle for forms | NL | JE | VW lets you welcome new customers with friendly, crystal-clear forms. Whether it's for your website, landing page or app - make contacting you as pro and seamless as it should be.
Good to know
The microcopy in this battle-tested product has been carefully prepared to advance users quickly through your forms. Every choice is deliberate, every single detail matters. Learn more about the history of this list in the backstory section.
The interrogative makes the tone of voice more casual and friendly without getting too chummy.
What do you get?
The document has 82 form field labels with accompanying placeholder hint and error message written in a single style. That's 246 items you can just copy paste in all your forms and be done with it once and for all.
Form field categories included: name & age, email, business, site, numbers, physical address, contacts, signing in & up and legal. Check out the free sample below.
Free Microcopy bundle for forms | NL | JE | VW sample
|Label||Placeholder hint||Error message|
|Aanhef||Welke aanhef wil je gebruiken?||
Je aanhef ontbreekt, voeg je die even toe?
Product specs of Microcopy bundle for forms | NL | JE | VW
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|Language specs||Language details|
|Serving language||Dutch | NL|
|Writing format||tutoyeren **|
|Grammatical mood||interrogative | vragende wijs (VW)|
*2nd person singular, informal
**unlike English, Dutch has a T-V distinction
|Document specs||Document details|
|File format||Dark-mode document|
|File elements||tables, copy, images, URLs|
|Number of pages||9 (A4-size)|
|Copy specs||Copy details|
|Copy type||form labels, placeholder hints, error messages|
|Total reading time||8m35s|
|Compatibility||Suitable for a wide variety of B2B & B2C style guides & word lists|
- More sign ups
- More business generated
- More instances of positive UX
- Less confused users
- Less underwhelmed users
- Less frustrated C-suite leaders
Not suitable for companies that:
- like to go nuts on all-caps formatting
- dislike their customers and want to keep shouting at them
- only want to do the bare minimum marketing work possible