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Guess a lot I know that sounds kind of silly, but that's what it comes down to. You can analyze Sales figures Seasonal volume spikes Site analytics Customer service feedback Related case studies and so on But none of that will tell you the why behind the behavior you're seeing. So you're left with one option: make smart, experience-informed guesses. ...


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T&Cs acceptance conventionally takes the form of a required checkbox on the payment screen, typically the last element on the page before the call to action. This is also how we do it in our apps. I think this makes more sense than anywhere else, because the T&Cs apply specifically to the transaction, and while the entire process could be defined ...


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Alright, so since this is a shopping app, I assume there is no arm in jumping to previous items at will? If so, I have the feeling a persitant "history" would work best. This is a little proposition, might be way above your scope. Let me know!


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In my many years designing brand ecommerce experiences, the optimal solution in my opinion is: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups This allows the user to access the Terms & Conditions prior to purchase if they so desire (the link should open in a new tab), which can often alleviate customer service headaches for ...


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The principle of tinder comes from card sorting techniques. As you stated in your question, in first iteration, user will have a big "yes list". In next iterations, passively, you can divide that bigger yes list into smaller parts. In such workflow, the priority items can be found and new counter-offers can be generated for convincing user. In the end, ...


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TL;DR: Combination of both - choose a default, and inform users what happened. I'd suggest a notification along the top of the page, which is dismissed on user action, or when user navigates to next page without choosing an action: doesn't interrupt the flow for those users, where country was guessed correctly gives insight into what happened and how to ...


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Both your solutions are valid, but my guess you're asking this question is that you lack the insight on will they know under which currency and country they want to browse under from the beginning and/or when users will want to switch. i'd suggest a combination of both, where you ask the user to select when they 1st use the shop, and then educated the user ...


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From your description, I assume you are focused on mobile. Cart indicator & navigation In my experience, regardless of what the latest hotness may be, a sticky header with a cart button in the upper right wins every time. Mobile or desktop, it just works. Adding to the cart As for adding to the cart, I find the long-press then drag interaction ...


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Seems like a nice interaction, but I would like to warm you that users are not at all used to such a pattern anywhere. And changing a pattern just for the sake of being modern will cost you in sales. And if still they force you to incorporate the new interaction, make sure you provide a tutorial/walk-through of sorts, so that users can learn this pattern ...


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You can use some tools to understand the user behavior and so implement the modifications if necessary. There are a lot of tools like that but to be simple and objetive, if you use the Google Analytics and Hotjar you'll do a nice combo to understand the users behavior. With Analytics you'll have some informations like the visited pages, the time the users ...


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Depends on your definition of testing, because some UX practitioners would argue that even gathering analytics and using it to guide some of the design decisions is in a way doing user testing, so what you are talking about is probably doing testing without actual users being directly involved in the process. The two things straight off the top of my head ...


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I recommend using tag for that purpose. It's an easy way that a product belongs to several categories I leave two links that refer to topic Do non-technical/non-web savvy users understand the concept of tags? What is the expected paging behavior of a tree? Greetings.


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You could treat this similar to an ecommerce system that has "wishlist" facility in addition to ordering using a cart system. Hence admin can add the 100 items to a wishlist. Whenever admin is ready to order, wishlist is browsed and items required added to cart. Wishlist should have ability to order by for instance, aplhabetically, product type, price, ...



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