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You are asking the wrong question. The point of showing the number of items in the cart is to show the 'Status' of the cart. It works as a really good signifier to the user that he has added X number of items in the cart. Scenarios to think when you do not show number of items: You add an item to the cart, but, actually the click didn't register and you ...


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Link - Here is a study that gives a great break down of mobile purchasing/research behavior from the Center for Media Research. Noteworthy is the amount of users who abandon the purchase becasue the site fails, or it is to difficult to purchase via mobile. Link - Another study breaking down the use of a mobile/smartphone for shopping. PDF from 2009, but ...


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The pricing plan looks a little boring and not visual appealing. Moreover, it's non-informative and non-persuasive. 7 Useful Design Strategies for a Successful Pricing Table describes some techniques, which allow to get better design. Some ideas are: focus on the benefits and features of each plan decoy to deflect focus off your highest pricing plan ...


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My comments: Consider changing cost to price (the former may have a more negative tone). No need for the GBP/£ duality - £ is more universal than GBP, so use £. Not sure why using Number of Credits (Texts) instead of simply Number of Texts. No need for the Buy with paypal duality. Just use 'Buy' and put under the table something like 'payments are taken ...


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It sounds like what you're doing might be similar to ordering a computer online, where you select from different options for processor, memory, accessories, etc. Look at DELL's and Apple's web sites for inspiration. DELL uses a wizard style where each option is on a different page. Apple puts everything on the same page. Three things I like that they both ...


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You should charge outright for the game instead. I find it frustrating when I get into a a game that is "incomplete" or where I need buy "toughness" to keep it up with good records or other players. With a limited number of exceptions I tend to delete these apps from my devices! On the other hand, buying expansion packs, is not that annoying.


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Short answer: most of they are not really interested in pay your product, but just like to visit your site. The rest of users maybe are really trying to buy. Long answer You have two types of visitors who click to buy: that who want to buy, and that who will never buy (for this visit). Both are common, but you are interested on fist one. For who is ...


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In my opinion, having "virtual currency" gives a user more flexibility and is less annoying as compared to buying individual upgrades. As a developer it gives you more flexibility because you may add more "upgrade" options without creating them on the Apple Portal. You can have multiple "coin packs" ranging from small (having less number of coins and ...


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I don't recommend using a wizard for a purchase order form unless your customers are especially patient and will tolerate anything to buy from you. I assume you have additional steps such as payment methods, etc. Your customers will not appreciate going through 6 steps. It depends how complicated each step is but to me the rule of thumb is to ask for the ...


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I would use a hybrid solution of tabs or an accordion control so on the one hand it is simple to understand each piece of the wizard but on the other hand navigation is still simple and it's easy to jump from step to step. for an accordion example check out the domain registration form on GoDaddy (overall very slow and too confusing, but look at the way the ...



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