Resources tagged with ‘ usability ’
When it comes to e-commerce sites and shopping cart flows, shopping cart usability testing is more than good practice. It’s a precious tool that helps uncover missed opportunities and dollars left on the table. Author Toby Biddle presents a handful of case studies and A/B tests that indicate a streamlined, “no BS” e-commerce flow with … continue reading
Have you ever thought why Apple products are so popular among the users? The answer is User Experience. They are good in looks; but they offer a great user interface. The usability part of Apple products is so strong that they have been able to build a community around it. If an Apple product launches, … continue reading
Catch common usability problems before user testing with this online usability checklist.
When it comes to designing a truly intuitive, responsive, and coherent website that’s also unique and interesting, it often feels like it’s difficult to reconcile the two sets of priorities. But in fact, nothing is further from the truth: there are only a few fundamental ideas that need to be employed in order to easily … continue reading
Minimalism in web design is a style or technique in design that is characterised by extreme simplicity, stripped of everything except for those components that are absolutely essential. Void of unnecessary clutter, a minimalistic web design should allow the message of a site to clearly stand out and enable high functionality, in turn, creating a … continue reading