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Comment le design du bouton « ajouter au panier » impacte les ventes

Comment le design du bouton « ajouter au panier » impacte les ventes | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Couleur, forme, texte... le choix du bouton "ajouter au panier" impacterait les ventes Le site PerceptionIT propose…
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The Lean UX Manifesto: Principle-Driven Design | Smashing UX Design

The Lean UX Manifesto: Principle-Driven Design | Smashing UX Design | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Why Lean UX is not a process in which each tool is rigidly applied, but rather a set of principles that may be used to guide you to better, more desirable solutions for users.
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The Psychology of Online Checkout [Infographic]

The Psychology of Online Checkout [Infographic] | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
The Psychology of Online Checkout [Infographic] - infographic Checkout
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Eye-Catching Mobile App Interfaces with Sleek Gradient Effect

Eye-Catching Mobile App Interfaces with Sleek Gradient Effect | Web Usability News | Scoop.it

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Hannes's curator insight, October 8, 2013 12:47 PM

When I read this article about gradients in mobile apps I started to think about how much mobile user interface design have evolved. For a long time the web mainly consisted of hyperlinked pages which had to be rendered and displayed when user navigated in the user interface. Lately I've noticed an emerging trend, especially in mobile design. Instead of organizing content in traditional tree-structures there are a flood of new "modern" navigation patterns out there. We can find content off-canvas, pulled in and out from a hierarchy of transperent layers, hidden behind filters or vertically folded beneath list items. I think this kind of "information surface" feels intuitive and the content is always close, like a well organized office where everything can be found in the right box, drawer. shelf or folder. But a mobil UI has limited capacity just like an office, so it crucial from usability point of view to leave some space for the users to walk around.

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UX Study — The State Of E-Commerce Checkout Design 2012 | Smashing UX Design

UX Study — The State Of E-Commerce Checkout Design 2012 | Smashing UX Design | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
A walkthrough of interesting data and stats found when benchmarking the checkout process design of the top 100 grossing e-commerce websites.
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The best and worst call to action button colors for your website

The best and worst call to action button colors for your website | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Companies across the web are continually looking for the best ways to reach customers and encourage them to take action. If you are a small business owner you too may be on the lookout for new ways to grab your customer’s attention.
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The Four Rules of Mobile Website Design | 60 Second Marketer

The Four Rules of Mobile Website Design | 60 Second Marketer | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
The 60 Second Marketer is an award winning site with tips, tools, and tutorials about effectively using social media and mobile marketing to grow your business!
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A Look Back at 20+ Years of Website Design

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Read about how web design has evolved over the past 20+ years.
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Anatomy of a great shopping cart | UserTesting.com

Anatomy of a great shopping cart | UserTesting.com | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
RT @adesis: Anatomy of a great shopping cart http://t.co/wXHHVnsDsV @usertesting #ecommerce
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Avoid the Pains of Pagination - UX Movement

Avoid the Pains of Pagination - UX Movement | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Everyone has scrolled to the bottom of a web page before and seen that row of numbers. That row of numbers is a website's pagination. Pagination is a user interface pattern that divides content into different pages.
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10 Developer Tips To Build A Responsive Website [Infographic]

10 Developer Tips To Build A Responsive Website [Infographic] | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Want your website to look great on smartphones, tablets, PCs and even TVs? Learn how to go fully responsive.
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Le flat web design - inspirations et decryptage minimal

Le flat web design - inspirations et decryptage minimal | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
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Esprit minimaliste et design épuré = FLAT WEB DESIGN

Une tendance qui répond aux nouvelles exigences du multi-devices!

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What qualities should a retailer look for in a mobile payment processor? - Retail Week

What qualities should a retailer look for in a mobile payment processor? - Retail Week | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
What qualities should a retailer look for in a mobile payment processor?
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Choosing a payment provider with the tools for secure payment pages on mobile devices and the ability to offer the same experience as on a website is key.
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7 unbreakable laws of user interface design

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Hannes's curator insight, February 3, 4:38 AM

We all know that best practice is not a recipe for successful innovation, memorizing a few laws are not enough to become a designer. And this is the charming part of being a designer according to me - every new project is unique: users change, technology change and context change. However, articles like this one can still be useful to support decision making and avoid obvious design mistakes.

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UX Archive

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We lay out the most interesting user flows so you can build your point of view and be inspired to design the best user experiences.
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Six Mobile Myths | UX Magazine

Six Mobile Myths | UX Magazine | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
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10 tips for improving ecommerce checkouts

10 tips for improving ecommerce checkouts | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
68% of shopping carts are abandoned, according to figures from Baynard, so how can retailers bring this number down?
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5 Examples of Ecommerce Checkout Done Right (And wrong)

5 Examples of Ecommerce Checkout Done Right (And wrong) | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Improve eCommerce conversion rates while reducing shopping cart abandonment with these examples of eCommerce checkout done right and wrong.
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7 Tips to Building Campaign Landing Pages That Work Harder

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Call to Action Buttons: 3 Tips on How to Design Effective CTA Buttons :: webShine's Blog :: Tue, 07/16/2013 - 10:25

Call to Action Buttons: 3 Tips on How to Design Effective CTA Buttons :: webShine's Blog :: Tue, 07/16/2013 - 10:25 | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Read these 3 tips on how to design effective call to action buttons, and witness the improved results. Read more on the webShine blog.
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[Infographie] Les best practices pour le design d’un site mobile

[Infographie] Les best practices pour le design d’un site mobile | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Quid du scrolling sur les sites mobiles? Des liens vers un e-mail ou une page sur un…
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Look at this infographics about what do users want ?

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100 Conversion Optimization Case Studies

100 Conversion Optimization Case Studies | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
If you’re a marketer, you’re undoubtedly looking for techniques to optimize your website for better conversions.
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25 Examples of Excellent E-Commerce Web Design | Vandelay Design Blog

25 Examples of Excellent E-Commerce Web Design | Vandelay Design Blog | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
Today we are showcasing 25 e-commerce websites that can serve as excellent sources of design inspiration when you are working on your own e-commerce designs.
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Flat UI Design - A showcase of the best examples of the flat UI design aesthetic on the web.

Flat UI Design - A showcase of the best examples of the flat UI design aesthetic on the web. | Web Usability News | Scoop.it
FlatDesign is a showcase of some of the best examples of web design using the flat UI style/aesthetic.
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Get inspired and look at examples of flat design websites !

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Top Usability Mistakes in Web Design

Top Usability Mistakes in Web Design | Web Usability News | Scoop.it

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Hannes's curator insight, June 14, 2013 10:03 AM

It's not the first article I have ever read on the topic, however it's still exciting when I find new heuristics to compare to my own experience. And luckily usability is a continuously changing field, along with both people and web design. I mean, we are in the middle of a paradigm shift where technology is becoming way more accessible and spread out around us. One example is how we suddenly changed our navigation patterns and interaction behaviors and adjusted to mobile devices. As a consequence expiration dates for usability guidelines are becoming shorter and shorter. What was hot yesterday might be cold today. So it's essential to keep up with the pace and frequently measure the usability temperature. And that's the reason why I keep reading best practice articles over and over again with the same enthusiasm.