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Assuming you will be chatting in a window that's over your main ui, 2 things you will need to give the user confidence Show security logos Showing a clear connection that the payment screen is coming as a result of the chat and is clearly a part of the website/app ui. Showing modal boxes or pop ups is a bad idea in my opinion. The better way would be to ...


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The most important issue is how to give customer confidence that the payment information they provide is protected. From this perspective, chat window is the worst possible option. A person will never feel secure giving out their private data over a chat channel. Even if you say it's absolutely secure. You may add Checkout button to chat window. This button ...


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A huge No, why would you want to group your account information under the cart icon. The cart icon is used to access your purchased items. I don't want a pop up to show when I clicked on the cart icon, I want it to take me to my purchased items and checkout. If you do that you risk losing customers when they are about to checkout. download bmml source ...


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Focus on what the user wants: Products! Users don't come to an ecomm app to enjoy the UI. They want to shop. Start there and get everything else out of the way. Ask yourself, "How can the UI make shopping as simple as possible?" The ecomm story In my experience, the user has four primary steps. Find a product Confirm product details Add the product to ...


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In my experience, checkout process UI design is very complicated once you get to the details. And login/ signup is tricky from legal and technical perspective. Based on personal experience with checkout design (I have no knowledge of Amazon's reasoning behind their design), considerations that may have played a role: Many aspects of the checkout process ...


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Option #1 would be your best choice. Disabling sub-categories in response to category selection would allow the user to quickly see how their category choice effects the available sub-categories. In the example below, if I am ultimately looking for results in sub-category "Five" (which is currently disabled / greyed out), the interface suggests that I ...


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I'd suggest some similar to Amazon approach: a search bar, which let users constraint the search and then categories. In the categories menu if you can't show them all, you can just an option like "See all categories", which could redirect to a new pages with more options to navegate those categories.


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Assuming that e-commerce implies a credit card transaction, the final animation should depict money leaving a credit card and entering a zone which is marked by the logo of the merchant's website. A smiling mascot or the ubiquitous "Thank you" message should greet the money's arrival, conveying the merchant's gratitude for the successful sale. A promise of ...



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