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1) I think that putting the 'Global search button' on the detail page is okay. If I'm guessing the UI flow, once a user clicks the button they will be navigated to search page and after that, if a user clicks 'Back' or 'Close' button then they can just go back to the previous page(product detail page) so that's safe and working naturally on a user's ...


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How do you get measurable results? Run a usability test and measure the results. That said, I wasn’t positive from the question if it was the development product manager, the client you’re providing the page to, or your development colleagues who were opposed to UX testing. If it’s the paying customer, you do what he or she wants. One way to steer the ...


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I've experienced ecommerce sites where after adding an item, a modal pops up that gives me the option to checkout or continue shopping. It's not entirely annoying since I typically don't add a ton of items but can imagine how it could be. Dictating a user's experience for them (i.e., forcing checkout) is a surefire way to get people to abandon. You could ...


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I'm not sure I'd agree with the "psychological comforts and conventions in having the security blanket of a cart." Users are used to it as it's the norm when shopping online, and it does have value to confirm all the items before receiving shipping info if that's being calculated on the fly. I'm more concern with: When a users selects an item to they go ...


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If it is the cart they oppose, don´t give them one. What you do need tho is a way for the user to see everything they have selected, delete stuff, edit quantities or add stuff. That is in fact a cart, but you don´t have to call it that. Call it pre-checkout, or even just put the functionality in the checkout page. What you do need is a way for the user to ...


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