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How Hamburger Menus Can Increase Your Conversion Rate

How Hamburger Menus Can Increase Your Conversion Rate

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.

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Why Users Aren’t Clicking Your Home Page Carousel

Why Users Aren’t Clicking Your Home Page Carousel

A website study found that out of 3 million home page visits only about 1% clicked a carousel slide. How could a large, graphical element on the home page get such few clicks?

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Avoid the Pains of Pagination

Avoid the Pains of Pagination

Everyone has scrolled to the bottom of a web page before and seen that row of numbers. That row of numbers is a website’s pagination. Pagination is a user interface pattern that divides content into different pages.

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Increasing eCommerce Conversion Rates: Category Page

Increasing eCommerce Conversion Rates: Category Page

For an eCommerce store, every user who visits the website is a potential customer. A successful eCommerce store is one that converts a high number of visitors into buyers.

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Unified Dropdown Menu: One Menu to Rule Them All

Unified Dropdown Menu: One Menu to Rule Them All

Websites with multiple dropdown menus are known for causing user problems. But how would a unified dropdown menu that displays all of a website’s links in one menu fare?

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Why External Links Should Open in New Tabs

Why External Links Should Open in New Tabs

When most designers design websites, they don’t pay much attention to links. As long as the link works and takes users to the right page, everything is fine. However, a great user experience goes further than that.

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Faceted Overload: Simplifying the Sidebar Navigation

Faceted Overload: Simplifying the Sidebar Navigation

The benefit of using a faceted sidebar navigation for your website is that you aren’t vertically constrained by space. You can list as many links in the sidebar as you need.

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Why Scrolling is the New Click

Why Scrolling is the New Click

Which is better for users, scrolling or clicking? This is the question that designers have to think about when they’re designing page flow. Clicking offers users a menu of links that take them to a new page.

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How Facebook’s Poor Usability Led to Missed Messages

How Facebook’s Poor Usability Led to Missed Messages

If you use Facebook, you could be a victim of missed messages. Some of these messages could have little importance, but some could change your life.

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Innovative Navigation Techniques to Save You Header Space

Innovative Navigation Techniques to Save You Header Space

The header is an important part of a website. It usually has the logo, navigation, login, sign up and search. Making room for all these elements in your header is no easy task.

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