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10 simple tips for improving mobile form UX | Econsultancy

10 simple tips for improving mobile form UX | Econsultancy | UX Edit | Scoop.it
UX design in ecommerce is largely about reducing the impact of any points of friction and making the experience as pleasurable as possible for your users.

Via Michael Allenberg
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Special Feature: UX & e-Commerce

 

On mobile, 

- Align labels vertically

- Make calls to action as large as optimally possible

- Simplify where realistically feasible

- Empower our customers with the right tools

Period.

 

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Evelyn Lee's curator insight, March 16, 2014 5:30 AM

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Special Feature: UX & e-Commerce

 

On mobile, 

- Align labels vertically

- Make calls to action as large as optimally possible

- Simplify where realistically feasible

- Empower our customers with the right tools

Period.

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Fundamental Guidelines Of E-Commerce Checkout Design - Smashing UX Design | Smashing UX Design

Fundamental Guidelines Of E-Commerce Checkout Design - Smashing UX Design | Smashing UX Design | UX Edit | Scoop.it
Here is the harsh reality of e-commerce websites: according to recent e-commerce studies, at least 59.8% of potential customers abandon their shopping cart (MarketingSherpa puts it at 59.8%, SeeWhy at 83% and MarketLive at 62.14%).

Via Michael Allenberg
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Special Feature: UX & e-Commerce

 

Here's an excerpt of the recommended guidelines. 

 

- Your checkout process should be completely linear

_ Visually reinforce all sensitive fields on the payment page 

Format field for expiration date (exactly as it appears on credit card)

- Use only one column for form fields 

- Use shopping address as billing address

- Use clear error indications

- Do not require seemingly unnecessary information .

 

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Evelyn Lee's curator insight, March 16, 2014 5:32 AM

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Special Feature: UX & e-Commerce

 

Here's an excerpt of the recommended guidelines. 

 

- Your checkout process should be completely linear

- Visually reinforce all sensitive fields on the payment page 

- Format field for expiration date (exactly as it appears on credit card)

- Use only one column for form fields 

- Use shopping address as billing address

- Use clear error indications

- Do not require seemingly unnecessary information.

 

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How to Find Sustainable Ecommerce Growth

How to Find Sustainable Ecommerce Growth | UX Edit | Scoop.it
The founder of Growthhackers.com, Sean Ellis, outlines how to use conversion rate optimization to uncover sustainable ecommerce growth.

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UX & Marketing 

 

Conversion rate optimization is critical for any business, but none more so than in ecommerce—where each conversion improvement results in immediate improvement in sales.

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Evelyn Lee's curator insight, March 16, 2014 5:32 AM

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UX & Marketing 

 

Conversion rate optimization is critical for any business, but none more so than in e-commerce — where each conversion improvement results in immediate improvement in sales.

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Psychological Manipulation in eCommerce Design | UX Booth

Psychological Manipulation in eCommerce Design | UX Booth | UX Edit | Scoop.it
via Del.icio.us : Psychological Manipulation in eCommerce Design | UX Booth: http://bit.ly/mUvcqz #social #networking...

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Special Feature: UX & e-Commerce

 

A pleasurable read indeed! 

Here are some highlights: 

"The better a site’s users feel about their transactions, the more likely there will be repeat visits and, more importantly, repeat spending. The smarter retailers make their users feel — even when they may be making not-so-smart decisions — the better."

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Evelyn Lee's curator insight, March 16, 2014 5:30 AM

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Special Feature: UX & e-Commerce

 

A pleasurable read indeed! 

Here are some highlights: 

"The better a site’s users feel about their transactions, the more likely there will be repeat visits and, more importantly, repeat spending. The smarter retailers make their users feel — even when they may be making not-so-smart decisions — the better."

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UX Designers vs Web Designers [Infographic]

UX Designers vs Web Designers [Infographic] | UX Edit | Scoop.it
Here is another infographic for UX Designers and Web Designers.The infographic mentions some basic differences between a UX Designer and a Web Designer.What do you think?

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Fundamentally UX

 

A concise low-down on the scope of UX vs. Visual Designers!

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Evelyn Lee's curator insight, March 16, 2014 5:33 AM

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Fundamentally UX

 

A concise low-down on the scope of UX vs. Visual Designers!

Enrique Estrada's curator insight, April 20, 2014 12:12 PM

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