Let’s say you’re buying something and made it to the Order Review step, you’re ready to hit the Place Order button, and you realize that you messed up your address, or your card expiration date. What do you do? Most stores force you to go back to one of the previous steps to change that […]
Baymard reports that 36% of stores don’t! (source) And if the cardholder name is your first field, 33% of users will type their credit card number in it because that’s what appears on their card. Typically, the order of the information on credit cards is: Credit card number Expiration date Cardholder name Business name […]
For example: Order in the next 37 minutes to receive your order by Thursday May 28th This can be displayed either in the Product page, the Cart, or the Checkout. It typically accompanies the selection of shipping type, and is especially relevant for premium shipping options.
Give them the choice to sign up or log in to their account, but the guest checkout could be selected by default, and visually attract more attention than the other options. Users expect it in the upper-left on desktop, and on top on mobile. Clearly label the Guest Checkout option (include the word “Guest”) […]
By navigation path, I mean the menu items in the header (or burger menu) that lead to the current page. For example: Level 1 (directly shown in your main menu): Electronics Level 2: Accessories Level 3: Phone Cases And even if they know the path they took because they started on the homepage and […]
Allow users to simply change any quantity without having to click ‘Update cart’ every time. Avoid putting an ‘Edit Cart’ button also. See best practice #89 in regards to setting a quantity to zero (0).
Avoid cramming your product title with keywords just for the sake of SEO. Make sure they’re readable and easily understandable by a human. Include a benefit or use for the product Include some detail about the current variant (see best practice #62 for more details on variant titles) Separate the title from the brand (see […]
Not being able to check in-store availability can be a major pain point. Whether they want to go to the store and try the product or whether they to pick up their order in store, showing the in-store availability is a must.
This is more easily done on desktop, as there is enough space to always be showing the order summary. On mobile, just make sure to show it on each step of your checkout, it doesn’t need to always be visible as they scroll.