We are working on a questionnaire website. The pages consist of a landing page, questionnaire information, the questionnaire, summarised results and a contact information page. All of these currently include a footer, containing mostly legally important information, e.g.:
- a link to contact us for information,
- a copyright text.
Are these necessary on every page? During the questionnaire, I could imagine that showing this information could even be distracting the user from filling in our questionnaire. However, not showing these could lead to distrust.
My current, suggested implementation is: show the footer on every page, but take out as much elements as possible. In this case, I would only keep the copyright text.