by anthony on 04/26/16 at 4:45 pm
There’s one thing all ecommerce sites have in common. You have to click a button to select the items you want to purchase. But the text labels on the buttons aren’t always the same.
Doing the same action over a long period is how a habit develops. Users develop a habit when they type in their password to log in.
Getting users to complete your form is a challenge when asking for personal data. Most users will hesitate to give that out because they’re afraid of getting spammed or hacked.
Designing the user experience of a website involves more than figuring out what goes on each page. It’s also about figuring out how those pages flow together.
Designers don’t just like to design, sometimes they like to read. But there are many design articles on the web that go unread because of the lack of exposure.
“It doesn’t matter where it’s placed as long as it’s there.” This is how designers who don’t understand user experience think about buttons. In UX, every detail matters, especially button placement.
Every UX designer knows that site flows are a key part of the design process. They set the long-term vision for the site before graphics or code takes place.
Every app marketing strategy needs an app demo video. Showing your app being used in context can attract customers and get them to download it.
Where you place your mobile form buttons can affect task completion and efficiency. If they’re not in a place where users expect to find them, they could abandon their task and your form.
Information evolves over time like a living organism. What’s relevant this year might not hold as much weight a few years from now.
“How will our tool make your life easier?” Hotjar used the polling feature of their tool to ask their users this question. They discovered that heatmaps was their most attractive feature.
How easy is it for users to scan your form? If your form is hard to scan, it could take longer than expected for users to complete it. This leads to form abandonment and loss of potential sign ups.
Sign up forms are one of the trickiest web pages to design. Including and excluding certain form elements affects the conversion rate.
No matter who you are, forgetting a password sometimes happens. That’s why most login forms offer a ‘Forgot Password’ link to reset the password.
Accordion menus are a type of display widget found on desktop and mobile apps. They allow you to display a large number of menu options while conserving space.
What tool would you use to hit a nail in? Only a hammer comes to mind. This is because a hammer’s form meets that specific function. It’s form matching function gives it its utility and value.
Did you know that the way your paragraph text wraps can affect how users read it? You could create orphans that hurt readability. Orphans are short lines that appear at the end of a paragraph.
Did you know that your website navigation can affect your conversion rate? Several studies have found that minimizing navigation on signup pages increases conversion rates.