1. How to Optimize eCommerce Conversion Rates by Replacing ‘Quick View’

    Why ‘Quick View’ Isn't the Best Solution for E-CommerceWhy ‘Quick View’ Isn't the Best Solution for E-Commerce


    In our article titled “Why ‘Quick View’ Isn't the Best Solution for E-Commerce” we discussed reasons why many ecommerce sites use a “quick view” modal to allow customers to preview the product details and reasons why this technique can be problematic for an ecommerce user experience. In this article, we hope to guide you towards a better solution to increase ecommerce conversion rates by showing just the right amount of information on product list page (or PLP) items and progressively enhancing on larger devices. We have reviewed a few sample sites solutions which you can download for reference.

  2. Are You Sure You Need A Sitemap?


    If you’ve come across sites that are easy to navigate, chances are you have experienced good information architecture. IA is a crucial step in the site design process to create clear site navigation. Although we typically document IA in the form of sitemaps, in my ten years as an IA practitioner, this diagram has been a common pain point for client communication. It takes a leap of imagination to see how lines and boxes translate into a smooth user experience. In one of our recent projects we decided to ask ourselves, what happens if we skip it?

  3. Why ‘Quick View’ Isn't the Best Solution for E-Commerce


    Many of us have encountered ‘Quick View’ functionality in our online shopping experiences. The ‘Quick View’ button allows us to see a bit more information about the product page without leaving our current path. This functionality has a been a common practice on e-commerce sites for quite a while. In fact, approximately half of the sites we’ve surveyed use a ‘Quick View’ function. In this article, we will talk about why 'Quick View' is so frequently implemented as well as some better approaches to solving the same customer needs.