Caffeine informer wanted to make it easier for users to navigate through their mobile site. They hypothesized that if they got rid of the “ hamburger icon” and replaced it with the word “MENU” that more people would click.
54% of visitors and 30% of purchases come from mobile devices, which is why it is important to understand the difference between your mobile users and your desktop users. Below are 7 suggestions that will turn mobile visitors into customers.
Baymard Institute recommends to place the main product categories directly in the main menu. This means that the level 1 navigation in the header menu (on desktop) or the burger menu (on mobile) is your main categories. That way, visitors can get a quick glance at what your site offers without having to click, hover, […]