3
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3answers
129 views

Do users object to homepages which contain a full section consisting of a contact form?

I've recently had users test a prototype for a new portfolio site for my company. The homepage is almost like a one-page site in that it has distinct sections, although each section links to another, ...
2
votes
2answers
370 views

Pricing page: single vs multiple call-to-action button with multiple plans (example inside)

What do you think about having single vs multiple call-to-action buttons? When we were brainstorming our pricing page, half of the room was for single and the other half was for multiple. I'm trying ...
4
votes
5answers
392 views

Which spot has the best conversion in the grid layout?

We are going to show popup with 6 different offers, positioned by 3 in two rows. Of the these 6 offers, 2 are really beneficial for us (say, have high reward for click). Common sense says that we ...
1
vote
2answers
116 views

displaying product info layout

I have a product page, currently it is laid out like this: /////////////////////////////////////////// (Product Title) / (product price) / (add to cart) (product ...
4
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1answer
123 views

Does showing items in decreasing order of prices help in conversion

I was asked to show 4 items in a featured products list which would be below the hero image in the site. The client recommended showing the most expensive items last suggesting that people might get ...
13
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5answers
6k views

Should social sharing buttons be at the top or bottom of an article?

I can certainly see arguments for both sides of this one: Buttons at the top: Easy to find, reliably positioned regardless of the article length. Extreme ease of sharing as you don't have to reach ...
5
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4answers
2k views

Is Amazon's layout good or bad from a UX and conversion optimization POV? [closed]

I'm in the process of designing a theme for my company's online store that will (obviously) hopefully boost our conversion rate as much as possible. It seems only logical when planning the theme to ...