I've noticed that e-commerce sites don't use quick view on mobile. Some sites have quick view as a hover treatment, which obviously doesn't work on mobile, but J.Crew has a "quick shop" button always ...
How should the checkout process look on mobile devices? Should I even use a single page checkout? I was thinking of having a single long page in which the user first adds name, email, address and ...
Would it be better to have the view cart button or indicator showing in the header area? Or would you hide it away in a drop down or menu area? Has anyone got any good and bad points on this... or ...
I'm currently redesigning a mobile checkout, and I've run into a problem when building the "payment details page." Every checkout in the world needs one of these, and they all basically need to have ...
What are some of the best wire framing pracitices/guidelines for mobile first approach for an ecommerce website?
I'm working on redesigning a 90's ecom website - the goal is to make it mobile phone/tablet friendly and we have decided to go the mobile first way because the website has more mobile visitors. My ...
The context is a booking/holiday planning platform. A user can select a number of days he wants to book a good (hotel, vacation package ...) and a price for each offer has to be shown. Assuming that ...
Using different calls to action between platforms… Should cross-channel UX always be consistent? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: Is breaking established web conventions in order to be consistent across multiple devices an unexpected (and therefore harmful) user experience? I’ve always advocated ...
I'm designing an e-commerce app, and I'm looking for some options for the best way to select the quantity of an item before adding to the cart The first (on the left) is when the user selects the ...