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Can’t think of a well designed UX for Pay Now button

I have a “Pay now” button and I can’t think of a well designed workflow nor the page this button should be placed.

I don’t know how to phrase what I’m looking for, but here we go:

  1. I hypothesize it is really important to place the customer payment button in a very simple place. (bonus points if you think of better copy then “Pay now!”)

  2. I hypothesize that with some wireframes, it’s possible to identify a very simple and consistent customer payment workflow from home page to signing a loan.

  3. I hypothesize for a good UX to be identified, its really important to play with the current website

In case you’re interested in the UX of sending a payment, I believe these screenshots will help you imagine the process.

Here’s a screenshot of one idea I had.

Can’t think of a well designed UX for Pay Now button
I have a “Pay now” button and I can’t think of a well designed workflow nor the page this button should be placed. I don’t know how to phrase what I’m looking for, but here we go: 1. I hypothesize it is really important to place the customer payment button in a very simple place. (bonus points if you think of better copy then “Pay now!”) 2. I hypothesize that with some wireframes, it’s possible to identify a very simple and consistent customer payment workflow from home page to signing a loan. 3. I hypothesize for a good UX to be identified, its really important to play with the current [website](http://i.imgur.com/smzlyj6.png) In case you’re interested in the UX of sending a payment, I believe these [screenshots](https://developers.dwolla.com/dev/pages/button#ux) will help you imagine the process. Here’s a screenshot of one idea I had. ![](, but this doesn't appear to be the most intuitive place for it to belong. ![](http://i.imgur.com/smzlyj6.png)
Can’t think of a well designed UX for Pay Now button
I have a “Pay now” button and I can’t think of a well designed workflow nor the page this button should be placed. I don’t know how to phrase what I’m looking for, but here we go: 1. I hypothesize it is really important to place the customer payment button in a very simple place. (bonus points if you think of better copy then “Pay now!”) 2. I hypothesize that with some wireframes, it’s possible to identify a very simple and consistent customer payment workflow from home page to signing a loan. 3. I hypothesize for a good UX to be identified, its really important to play with the current [website](http://i.imgur.com/smzlyj6.png) In case you’re interested in the UX of sending a payment, I believe these [screenshots](https://developers.dwolla.com/dev/pages/button#ux) will help you imagine the process. Here’s a screenshot of one idea I had, but this doesn't appear to be the most intuitive place for it to belong. ![](http://i.imgur.com/smzlyj6.png) Here's a screenshot of another idea. ![](http://i.imgur.com/ksxVGzh.png)
Can’t think of a well designed UX for Pay Now button
I have a “Pay now” button and I can’t think of a well designed workflow nor the page this button should be placed. I don’t know how to phrase what I’m looking for, but here we go: 1. I hypothesize it is really important to place the customer payment button in a very simple place. (bonus points if you think of better copy then “Pay now!”) 2. I hypothesize that with some wireframes, it’s possible to identify a very simple and consistent customer payment workflow from home page to signing a loan. 3. I hypothesize for a good UX to be identified, its really important to play with the current [website](http://i.imgur.com/smzlyj6.png) In case you’re interested in the UX of sending a payment, I believe these [screenshots](https://developersstripe.com/docs/checkout) will help you imagine the process. **Update** The Screenshots link above actually should go to Stripe, not dwolla as previously thought. I realized Dwolla doesn't do credit card processing. https://stripe.com/devdocs/pagescheckout Here’s a screenshot of one idea I had, but this doesn't appear to be the most intuitive place for it to belong. ![](http://i.imgur.com/button#ux) will help you imagine the process. Here’s a screenshot of one idea I had, but this doesn't appear to be the most intuitive place for it to belong. ![](http://i.imgur.com/smzlyj6.png) Here's a screenshot of another idea. ![](http://i.imgur.com/ksxVGzh.png)
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