Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I believe this is called cross selling and it's a good practice. in a fashion e-commerce website we designed, there was 3 kinds of this selling similar products (similar looking products of the same category) selling products that compliment the current product (complete the look/set) -selling products that i very likely to be bought based on previous ...


0

By presenting products which are related to the displayed one, you can suggest items that customers can be interested in. It is worth inspiring your clients to buy additional items with personalized recommendations because delivering relevant offer provides the opportunity for deeper user's engagement. If you increase the client’s engagement, you also ...


1

How can you be so sure that the user will HIT the Buy NOW button, if you remove the 'related products' section from detail page? Or, the user will really enjoy the experience of only product details and no other distraction? The purpose of putting related products is to Offer Options to users Increase chances of additional sales Satisfy the researchers ...


0

Address this in layers Duplicate purchases can be expensive for retail sites (handling returns and cancellations can be costly) and they can happen for several reasons: User hits Purchase button twice User doesn't see the purchase confirmation page (the case you mentioned) User forgets he hit purchase earlier today and resubmits Best practice is to ...


1

Although the solutions mentioned are not wrong, in either case there is a chance that frustrating the user and we don't want that. I like what is suggested by UX Movement : Stop resubmissions by progress buttons In addition to that, what I would suggest is to make the button which reads " Completed" unclickable. This does not confuse the user and also ...


4

IP is, though, a good start. Using HTML5's location abilities is a good idea. What you are considering is something many sites have already figured out. I'd start by seeing what the other's already do. Look at large retailers with web sites that offer in-store pickup. Home Depot, Target, Walmart, etc. Ideally, you let people search everything and only ...


0

i found that. According to this article there should be always full screen cart even if you use "quick cart".


1

I spent a lot of time on cart abandonment in a large ecomm setting. I can tell you what we found and what I've experienced in the wild while investigating. Don't re/pre-populate the cart.* I've heard of this idea, but never seen it used in any real world setting. There are too many complications from a UX perspective. Ultimately, those problems will result ...


2

Having the number of items in a cart is good practice. From a design perspective, the number of items provides: A form of feedback to confirm to users that item(s) have been added to the cart. A visual indicator of what is in the cart. Don't underestimate this because "it's just a number". It's well studied that even basic indicators can help users feel ...


2

Based purely on your question, why is it difficult for you to show two items and in brackets show the number of pieces per item? If nothing else, there are two reasons that the user might want to see this (not saying that they will, but it is not good to make design assumptions/decisions without checking with users these days): To make sure that they have ...


1

Also in the SM, MD, LG Pagination you could remove one number in both ends having: < Prev 1 2 ... 79 80 Next > Instead of: < Prev 1 2 3 ... 78 79 80 Next >



Top 50 recent answers are included