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The zoom feature mainly came into the picture to allow users to examine a product in detail and overcome the challenges involved in actually being able to handle the merchandise before buying it.This is especially common in sites which sell products like clothes or products where users might want to get a closer look at the product before making a purchase. ...
Is there a concrete reason to make a B2B website that looks and acts like a B2C website? For one, it's a totally different context (business vs. home). Second, business users will most probably be repeat users, i.e. they will eventually learn the interface and may appreciate "efficient input for expert users" more than "ease of learning for newbies". The ...
That's easy. Put the add to order and add to whishlist on the same line. Combine the + and - Put the price below the form as it should be the total. Add a picture next to the brand and model. Also design for landscape mode.
How about you combine the price tag and the CTA into one and place it where the price tag is now?
You can place the buttons on the top. Here is a rough update to your design. The top bar can freeze on top.
Here are some suggestions Auto complete and suggested results in the search results: I assume your site has a search feature and you can use auto complete as well as suggested results to help users find what they are looking for. To quote this uxmag article When users type in a search field, it’s nice to give them some suggested autocompleted ...
Elastic Path built a couple of years ago a one page checkout e-commerce website, they even made some A/B to check the performance of both solutions, but there was no decisive winner. Maybe these blog posts from Get Elastic blog will help you to choose better solution. http://www.getelastic.com/single-page-checkout ...
Actually it is a matter of focusing on elements and the time it takes to complete that form, the decision to split the form in multiple zones or multiple pages it depends on how long the form actually is. But you need to be careful to be completely honest and clearly show the steps or estimated time to completion. Hope it helps.
@Paolo hinted at this, but I prefer the Accordion checkout process. The interface still shows the user the steps required and where they are in the conversion funnel, while keeping all the content on a single page. Accordion is probably the solution you're looking for.
LukeW and Etre ran some tests that compared a single page, multiple page, and accordion version of the same generic e-commerce checkout form (personal, shipping, and billing info). They measured standard usability and eye-tracking data for each. The results did seem to indicate that simply porting the same questions from one long web page to several web ...
Your thoughts are right, chunking a task into smaller steps brings the perception of more easy task. Also switching to a next step is a progress feedback. Still, I think you could try to combine last two steps. You could rebias (the term from behavioral economics) the unwillingness to fill long form placing the image of purchasing item right next to form. ...
One thing to consider is keyboard navigation — my personal preference as a user is for a YY format, as if I'm tabbing through a form, select lists normally allow to you jump to a given value by typing the first few letters/digits. If the format is YY, I can easily type "13" to get the value selected without using the mouse at all. If the format is YYYY, ...
Personally I would believe that people would expect 2014 is more user friendly, consider the possible different date formats, by having a full year you are giving a reference point. Possible date formats: DDMMYY MMDDYY YYMMDD by making YY the full format, it is clearer to the user what format they are looking at, without having to read labels etc.
Why not inform your customer directly about the price spans and reductions he gets when increasing the order quantity? This was always the first thing I asked our reseller on the phone during my apprenticeship. I sketched an idea and wireframed it in Axure here. My idea was to show the customer when he gets reductions at what quantity visualize the ...
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