If you’ve ever bought anything online, you’re probably familiar with how cluttered shopping cart pages are. It’s not always easy to verify the items you’re buying when lots of text and buttons compete for your attention.
A cluttered page layout increases the user’s cognitive load. As a result, it takes them more time and effort to verify what they’re buying before they hit the final purchase button.
Users need a simpler and faster shopping cart experience to make purchases without friction. The key is to design a clean, zero-clutter page layout, and here’s how.
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