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Search button always visible on products listing? (reference needed)

This is about the placement of a search option on a products listing on a smartphone. Between 4 scenarios, which is the best according to you? : Search button at the top of the scrollable content ...
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Mobile - product listings page - add to basket button or not?

So on our site we currently have something like: DURACELL BATTERY - ONLY £1.99 - QUANTITY - ADD TO BASKET ENERGIZER BATTERY - ONLY £1.99 - QUANTITY - ADD TO BASKET Obviously in designing our ...
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Is the discount more important than the price?

I am working on a new app that list a lot of great deals and I was wondering what have the greater impact on user between the price and the discount. In other words : Are users looking for a low ...
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Add to Cart to View Price

On e-commerce sites (such as Amazon and Newegg.com) pricing in some products will be hidden until you click a link to display the price in a modal/popup, or you are required to add the item to your ...
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Applying a one-time gender select in fashion e-commerce navigation bar

I'm working on this e-commerce website where we have introduced a kids category and it seems that a lot of real estate on the navigation bar is wasted as users mostly browse only for one gender. So ...
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What is the best practice terminology for e-commerce documents and “static” reference documents?

I am designing an eCommerce website where the user has an account with the company and buys their products on credit. The user then settles the invoices each month. The website contains two document ...
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Does it make any sense to show previous value on edit product page

I want community's thoughts on product edit page. Currently it is two column layout; one with attributes and other with input boxes but I'm having an argument with my product owner who wants one more ...
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What is the most effective way of starting a sales email conversation with a potential customer?

I was reading this test from GoodUI when I had an idea. Rather than having someone enter a ton of information on a web form, why not let the user just write a normal email in their preferred email ...
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Possible ethical ways to prevent user leaving last “confirm” stage

I am designing a form having multiple stages where user 'Confirms' the quotation at the last stage. While thinking about how to prevent user leaving this last confirmation page (before he actually ...
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Hiding size / colour options until you've made the decision to purchase [closed]

I was looking at the Topshop app and noticed that from your saved list area there are no options to edit your size / colour. Also, size & colour options are not displayed on a product page until ...
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Best practice to select multiple two-dimensional options

I have some ideas how the selection of clothing sizes in an online shop should work, but that’s a question for another day, today is about bra sizes. There are several systems out there ...
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Should I put the PayPal option at the beginning or middle of a purchase experience?

PayPal stores user addresses for quick shipping entry. The question I have is, should I have the PayPal vs. native pay option right at the front of the process, so all information is handled by PayPal ...
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Any best practices or examples of mix and match functionality on a fashion e-commerce?

I'm trying to design this feature, but so far not much luck finding any decent implementations of this feature. one example is http://www.bonarium.com but even that is pretty basic. what would the ...
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What do you do when the user interrupts the purchase process?

If a user on an e-commerce site is in the middle of a purchase process when they leave to another part of the site, or perhaps leave the site completely, what information should be retained if they ...
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New Style of Pagination Pattern

I was looking at a few of the huge ecommerce sites, and how they handle pagination. Asos Amazon I've shown how Asos and Amazon handle it above. This pagination works okay if there are 5 or so ...
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What is a good format/syntax for a coupon code?

For our online shop, we are giving out coupon codes (also called "promo code" or "voucher code"). Currently, these codes look like an insane developer has designed the format: ...
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Is the plus (+) universal for adding an Item to a shopping cart?

Looking at globalization of our e-commerce. I was wondering if instead of having to translate "Add to Cart" in every language if simply a plus button will suffice. I'm pretty new to globalization ...
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Is it good practice to ask date of birth and gender from users or Avatars can suffice?

I am building a system where I need user explicit data like Age, Gender, Preference towards a category(fashion/Gadgets/...). I came up with 2 solutions for Age & Gender: Ask user these ...
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Best way to do colours and sizes for eCommerce site

I am doing an E-commerce site like Ebay but for clothing industry and I want a way that users can manage colours and sizes. Sizes should be based on quantity. Based on this what,s the best way to ...
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Multiple price point offerings

I'm looking for a way to intuitively display three price points for a single product - leaving the user to decide upon which they'd like to pay. Generally, successful eCommerce sites feature a ...
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ECommerce design: Collective price display vs No. of items

Often on sites of an ecommerce nature, a shopping cart icon will display in the site header/toolbar together with a quick summary of the users activity. This will usually be in the form of either: ...
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How to make a menu discoverable with the right icon on e-commerce mobile?

i'm designing an mobile site ecommerce. On a meeting i've seen the last wireframes developed (see image) of the topbar detail. The right icon show a lot of different actions (like cart, my account, ...
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How to determine categorization for a large ecommerce catalogue

I have an existing online catalogue of more than 300 services to provide improvement to. One of the common complaints anecdotally is around the current navigation, that the labeling isn't clear and ...
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Show item prices directly or not?

I'm creating a website for this company (this company is actually a gym). They're also building an online store (for the membership plans). I got this idea of putting the items with the prices and ...
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Is showing product price after registering bad UX?

I'm redesigning a website for a client which consists of showing their visitors how the product works. I was thinking about a step-by-step with intuitive icons illustrating each step so that it won't ...
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Displaying variable Prices in a Shop Menu

I am redesigning a shopping experience for food delivery, and I have come across this situation where I want to display the price of an item inside the menu, but Price may vary depending on specific ...
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Feedback required on Iconography with labels for Payment Method

I am trying to understand the merits of having labels with my icons. Need your opinion on : Clarity of labels in addition to their way of presentation. Approach One Prepaid (Netbanking, Credit ...
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How effective are banners in the left sidebar on ecommerce websites?

Does anyone have a case or study about the effectiveness of the banner that appears after the sidebar menu? A client insists on using them but this banner represents less than 1% of clicks.
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Listing products on rows with multiple pagination

I had have an idea to display products in multiple rows that each of them can have pagination to see more related products, and I will love to discuss about this solution. The results presented on ...
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Should a hotel group have separate websites for each hotel together with the “hub” website for all hotels? [closed]

The hotel group consist of several 4 and 5 stars hotels, each specialised for different target groups (family, wellness etc.) within a roughly same budget. All content creation and day-to-day ...
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E-commerce quickview with navigation, useful or gimmick?

A lot of e-commerce sites offer users a Quick View or Quick Look feature on their product listing page: I've seen a few sites where they offer user the ability to click to the next/previous SKU ...
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Categories Description: Secondary Information for Categories

I want to add some secondary information in all products categories in an e-commerce website. The text is around 4-5 paragraphs (sometimes maybe more) and it's something like a description for the ...
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location request on site load - in a pop up window

I'm working on a holidays site that has its content displayed based on the users' location by analyzing the IP address. I was wondering what are the pros and cons of having a pop up that requests from ...
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What is a common way to communicate to users that their package will ship in more than one box?

I've got a project where I'm going to be working on the way an eCommerce website will be communicating to the user that their purchase will be shipped in two boxes. I'm most interested in eCommerce ...
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differentiating between groups of products that are very similar?

This is the corner I'm backed in to: My company is releasing a new line of products that use the same hardware as our current products, but with completely different software -- a cloud based version ...
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Conversion drop-off by switching sites

I work for a website where consumers can search and browse theatrical events. Due to our partnership agreements, ticket purchasing happens on our partner sites. We'd like to propose that we use ...
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labelling button in before checkout process

I read that each label, especially in ecommerce websites, indicates what users have to do in the next steps, so, terms like continue or something like that, must be avoided. I'm working on a site to ...
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UI for splitting/consolidating orders

I'm working on UI for managing orders in an Ecommerce system. Entities at my disposal include: orders, order items and shipments. I need to implement a clear system to allow my users (vendors) to: ...
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Should a CTA name use more casual/friendly language or direct language

I am currently working on a project where a user configures their product and the next step for our user is to click a CTA to contact us about this product. Our main success metric is the successful ...
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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 ...
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What are the arguments against modals when a page loads? [duplicate]

I'm working for an e-commerce client who has requested a design for a newsletter signup modal to appear on page load the second time a user visits the site. I've tried to explain to them that blocking ...
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UX for enterprise applications(internal products) vs customer applications(e-commerce) [closed]

What are the different aspects considered in each case when it comes to UX as in 1. "UX for customer applications" and 2."UX for enterprise applications"? What are the different advantages of working ...
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What are the proper keys for navigating multi-column “search as you type” results?

Given a search box that has a menu which opens after the user begins to type listing results in two columns, plus a "view more results" button and a "close" button, what are the correct keys for ...
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Energy Labeling Rule - how to make it user friendly?

Starting next, consumer electronic e-retailers will be required to display the applicable label or icon “clearly and conspicuously and in close proximity to the covered product’s price” so that ...
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eCommerce - Which currency to show on receipt?

I'm running an eCommerce website that allows users to select their preferred currency via a drop-down in their shopping cart. The currencies are localized using real-time exchange rates from a JSON ...
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How does e-commerce product quick view affect conversion rates?

Many large e-commerce retailers are using "quick views" for products on their collection pages where more details appear either on-hover of via some other trigger. Has anyone performed any A/B tests ...
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On an E Commerce Website how effective is a Hero Banner?

We have a design where a Hero Banner covers nearly 70% of the Landing Screen of the HomePage, it consists of a carousel which has collection of 5 of our best offers. I have been going through data ...
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When to use explicit CTA vs. allowing for Discovery?

I have a basic Commerce Layout (sketch layout below). I want to integrate an option where the user can specify a budget limit for Quantity, Cost or both. Question: Would I need to spell out the ...
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One page checkout on mobile devices

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 ...
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Is it better to include shipping cost in the product price?

Assume you want to buy a product online The first shop offer 50€ and there is 10€ of shipping cost. The second shop offer 60€ but with free shipping cost. download bmml source – ...