a queue for holding items to be purchased online as an analogy to physical shopping carts.

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Why do apps rarely indicate the selected icon on their navigation bars

i'm looking for a suitable way to indicate that the user is on the cart page on an ecommmerce app by differentiating the cart icon from the rest of the icons on the navigation bar. there's obviously ...
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Shopping UX where pressing the “price” turns into “buy-confirm” then “checkout”

I'm trying to optimize the in app purchase for my users who only want to buy, and checkout as quickly as possible. Current situation My store offers other things for sale, but when a user only wants ...
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UX for allowing different details for each item on an order page

I’m designing a food ordering application to be used within my company wherein co-workers can order food from our in-house catering service for meetings and what not. Today, this is done via paper ...
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Balancing UX and profitability with removal option

This question is inspired by some UX choices at Groupon which are by design, but seemed odd. The examples below are the first two items listed here, both right next to each other on the same page. ...
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Improve standard shipping form layout

The shipping field seems pretty standard, meaning most platforms have the same fields.The three companies I analyzed are Amazon, Ebay, and Aliexpress on mobile. Their fields for adding a new address ...
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Best way to display products?

So I've been running my brand/website where in I deal with designer phone cases. Ofcourse, when there is dealing with designer stuff, the design of the website has to be appealing and should be well ...