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The built-in date input works well on mobile and is easy to implement: <input type="date" />
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.
Display four buttons in a vertical list, each with large clickable areas, for both desktop and mobile. Use "Donate [amount]" labels for each button to prevent ambiguity. List the smallest amount first as a courtesy to the user.
I really liked the ideas mentioned by Renaud, but it seemed his idea wouldn't suit mobile use. I simplified it a bit towards mobile use: (note: i'm a utter newbie using wireframes atm :) ). I would suggest a simple slider bar, sliding per fixed points. I suggest smaller white dots along the scrollbar. It might be an idea to increase the circle with the ...
I like the Renaud's answer very much. However I'd do it in a bit different way. I'd fill the whole screen with large smiley face, and on the bottom put scrollbar with amount one wants to donate, and the donate button. The scrollbar should be 'discrete' (with only four values you allow users to donate). When someone swipes the scrollbar, the smiley should ...
If it is about a donation, the more "friendly" it is the better donation you will get. I suggest to make big clickable areas (so 1 button each time) and find a funny way to make the users want to give more >> Insist on how happy you will be instead of the ammount Edit : My fault, i didn't see it's about mobile form. I updated my mockup whith a mobile ...
The list in addition to the markers is really important, in part because markers can often be too close together to pick between the results. Perhaps, on the mobile version, you can have easy access to the list, in addition to the maps. Google maps on mobile does a great job at this: Note the icon in the search bar to view a list. Upon clicking the list ...
Jakob Nielson and a large group of other studies suggest scrolling is not a con. Users are acclimated. Put it into context. If you're sitting at a desk, the monitor is roughly 28 inches away vs. a mobile device that is 12 inches. Should it be larger if it's closer? Four years ago, Smashing Mag found the most popular body font size on the web was 13px. ...
Please see: http://scottwb.com/blog/2012/02/23/a-better-way-to-add-mobile-pages-to-a-rails-site/ Adding a Custom Domain Sucks Don’t you hate it when you see a link to an article on Twitter and click it on your desktop, only to be taken to http://m.whatever.com/ because someone shared this link from their mobile device? Now you’re reading a ...
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