Looking for a thought/design leader with e-commerce, UX experience:
Our client is seeking qualified hybrid visual/interaction designers
who are comfortable working with wireframes and systematic design. We
are looking for UX Designers who come from a visual design background
but have moved into more research-based design and user centered
In a meeting today, a client said they wanted a single-page checkout
process. The checkout tunnel is an area that I prefer to have as
vanilla as possible so that customers have no surprises, but I am
open to change.
I've never done any testing on one-page vs. staged checkout, and I
haven't been able to find any data, only opinions. Does anyone have
any non-proprietary data they'd care to share about one-page
What is the appropriate button to use on the product detail page when
the website navigation asks the user to either Shop or Buy?
Of course, can we get a little more interesting and personal? For
example: instead of Shop or Buy can we use buttons that say - 'Go
and Pamper' (for a gifts e-commerce website) or 'Educate Yourself'
(while buying education books) or 'Push Limits' (while e-shopping
for BASE jumping equipment).
What rules should one follow while designing e-commerce websites for
the mobile? I understand that usability on mobile is extremely
primitive and very difficult. In such a case what are the usability
rules and GUI guidelines one needs to adhere to?
jQuery, Flash, Flex, etc) would make the experience even more
cumbersome and confusing only because the Mobile has not evolved.
After the great feedback I got from my last request, i'm going again! :)
Does anyone have any feedback or insight on shopping for groceries online? I'm doing some work for a client in this area, and i'd like to get feedback from anybody on this list, particularly if they've used UK grocery shopping sites.