During the Coronavirus pandemic, e-commerce order volume has increased by 50% in comparison to 2019.
As designers who have been in the business for a long time, we think we’ve seen pretty much all of the common UX mistakes it’s possible to make (and we have a good idea of how to overcome them).
For any website owner with a large website, pinpointing user snagging points can be a nightmare. Even if certain types of pages follow set templates, there can still be errors that are overlooked.
The use of mobile devices for web browsing continues to rise, with the majority of websites now seeing a fairly even split between users who have accessed via mobile/tablet as opposed to desktop devices.
Website navigation and architecture is extremely important and the job of planning main website navigation paths needs to be given the time and care it deserves.
Faster, slicker, quicker; the 3 things that we all want websites to be, and yet they don’t always go hand in hand. We all know that slick can mean slow.
When you go to develop your online store you’ll naturally look for themes that appeal to your own tastes, but this isn’t always the best way.
This year has seen changes in how customers shop online and what they need to successfully convert. So what could the future hold next for eCommerce?
With the technicalities of managing or setting up a website it’s easy to lose sight of the real people you’re marketing to in the first place.
With a much more increased focus on mobile sites now than ever before, it's little wonder that the topic of mobile site design is at the front of every mind.
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