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  1. An effective e-commerce product page captures the audience’s attention and compels them to convert to paying customers.
    Many e-commerce businesses believe a product page is all about high-resolution images with detailed descriptions for each product.

    Although these are important areas that need to be considered, thinking that they are the only elements needed to win the game for you is overly simplistic.

    In this post, I'll discuss the elements that make a product page captivating for visitors. I'll discuss in detail the things you should consider doing on your product pages so that they stand out from the competition.
    https://moz.com/blog/heres-how-to-create-a-product-page-that-converts/
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  2. The user experience (UX) is all-important in the modern business sphere. The experience your target audience has from the moment they click on your website to (ideally) making a purchase creates impressions. Your website should guide users smoothly along the buyer journey. It should engage with them through meaningful interactions. If your website falls short of expectations, you will lose them to your competitors.

    One of the best ways to decrease your bounce rate and boost conversions is to avoid these six common UX mistakes.

    Learn about them here:
    https://usabilitygeek.com/most-common-ux-mistakes/
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  3. Allow me to start with a quick summary of this article:

    There's a 270% gap in conversions between desktop and mobile, because mobile websites suck and we’re all doing it wrong. (Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, I’ll explain why and what needs to be done to fix this.)

    At its essence, responsive design is supposed to make a cross-device world a more seamless experience by adapting your desktop design to a smaller mobile screen. Unfortunately, condensing all that desktop content into such a small screen has the exact opposite effect — it's actually causing huge loss in conversion rates. But how?
    https://moz.com/blog/responsive-design-fix-conversions/
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  4. Within the digital realm, faster is almost always synonymous with better. Whether its an internet browser boasting faster loading speeds or a new mobile app that offers a quicker way to order food, when it comes to our digital experiences we want our goals completed as soon as possible.

    In the UX world, this holds true often enough. Designers dedicate so much of the SDLC to streamlining user flows or simplifying processes, usually with the intent of making things easier, friendlier, and faster.

    So while most designers know there are exceptions to the ‘faster = better UX’ rule (the benefits of injecting friction to an experience are well-documented), fewer grasp the role that speed, and more fundamentally, time, plays in an experience.

    In fact, timing is so crucial to UX design that the usability gurus at NNG have crafted an entire ‘powers of ten’-based system for it.

    So how can you ensure an experience you are crafting has user-friendly timing? How do you know if a digital product is responding too slow (or, more intriguingly, too fast?) And how can you design experiences while keeping timing in mind?

    Find out more.
    https://usabilitygeek.com/start-designing-with-perfect-timing/
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  5. Our goal with Search always has been to help people quickly and easily find the information that they’re looking for. Over the years, the amount and format of information available on the web has changed drastically—from the proliferation of images and video, to the availability of 3D objects you can now view in AR.


    The search results page, too, has changed to help you discover these new types of information and quickly determine what’s most useful for you. As we continue our ongoing efforts to improve Search and provide a modern and helpful experience, today we’re unveiling a visual refresh of the mobile search results page to better guide you through the information available on the web.

    Read full update.
    https://www.blog.google/products/search/new-design-google-search/?ref=webdesignernews.com/
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  6. Brought on by the steady rise in mobile users and usage worldwide, mobile user experience (or Mobile UX) has recently become a major focal point for many digital marketers. It essentially encompasses how customers experience a mobile app while they’re active in the app itself. With the goal of offering a smooth and user-friendly UX, mobile UX is something which must be continuously optimised – especially if businesses wish to maintain a loyal and satisfied customer base. This is where the use of in-app feedback comes in handy.
    https://mopinion.com/why-collect-in-app-feedback-mobile-ux/
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  7. User Experience (UX) is somewhat of an ambiguous term. After all, how do you determine what is good UX and what is bad UX? Where do ‘they’ draw the line? And how do you know if you’ve got things under control? Offering up a superior digital user experience is becoming increasingly important among businesses and customers alike – which means you’re going to need the answers to these questions if you want to succeed in achieving a good UX. A great way of learning more about the quality of the UX you provide is by testing and measuring it using User Experience Testing Tools.
    https://mopinion.com/5-essential-types-of-user-experience-testing-tools/
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  8. User experience is often overlooked in website and app design and, indeed, the design of many things. How many times have you felt compelled to push a door only to find you need to pull it instead? While fire codes might dictate such design, it’s an example of user experience at work.

    While taking a moment to figure out whether a door is push or pull sounds like a small thing, those types of irritants can add up online -- and cost your business customers.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/309161/
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  9. While most shopping sites today use responsive design, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, and others are advancing modern web technologies that are part of the Progressive Web App movement. PWAs unite the universal customer reach of the web with the engaging experience of a mobile app.
    https://www.digitalcommerce360.com/2018/07/17/5-signs-your-e-commerce-site-redesign-project-should-be-a-progressive-web-app/
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  10. Virtual reality has skyrocketed in popularity in just a few short years. Ten years ago, VR tech simply wasn’t there, and if it was, the hardware was prohibitively expensive.

    Now, your smartphone can act as a VR headset. With Google Cardboard, a smartphone with VR capabilities, and a 3D printer, you can gain access to VR tech for almost no cost whatsoever.
    https://betanews.com/2018/06/04/vr-is-changing-user-experience-design/
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