While there’s no one thing you can do to lead your brand to conversion after conversion, a close second is optimising your homepage so it becomes the best eCommerce homepage with the best odds for conversions. Again, while there’s no one thing you can do for this either, there are a couple of tips and ...
Adobe’s Digital Intelligence Briefing is a comprehensive report which analyses the state of digital proliferation and how it will impact both the retailer and consumer. You can read it for free, right here. Otherwise, here’s the skinny… Customer Experience is the New Black. Customer Experience (CX) is how customers interact with your organisation. Although it’s ...
Welcome to June – Summer for us here in London. Or, at least, whatever it is that “Summer” means to Londoners. More often than not: a week of Pimms-infused, burn-inducing sunshine at the end of May, followed by three months of torrential rain. Luckily for our team, central offices just off of Oxford Street mean ...
It was last year when Google introduced ‘Material Design’ - a new design lingo that was praised for changing the game. But it wasn’t until recently Google has started testing material design on their desktop search results page to a handful number of users, according to Android Authority.
Today grid-based design is, as ever, ubiquitous in our society. With a bunch of CSS-based grid frameworks available (see here), it has become much more efficient for designers to build and design beautiful responsive site layout with greatly reduced development time.
The recent forecast says that the wearable market will reach 7.1 million units just in Western Europe. The numbers appear less significant compared to the sales of smartphones. Yet, the statistics indicate the growing trend ahead as more and more people are showing interests in spending on wearables (via The Verge). Despite the average price increase, the sales are skyrocketing and demand is obviously swelling.
While some shoppers may simply prioritise price and delivery cost, his or her experience using and interacting with each online grocery store also determines the convenience and efficiency. My personal experience with online grocery shopping tells me that some specific UX features are exceptionally good while other sites can be slightly frustrating to use.
The technologies we need it for self-driving cars are out there. We already have a good number of them cruising some roads. The government is committed to invest in the infrastructure. But the real barriers might be in the minds of UK drivers.
One of the challenges facing hospitality web design is to have a seamless online booking tool to compete against OTAs who are inherently adept at the digital online experience.
Hamburger menus are commonly used as a navigation menu on both desktop and mobile interface. But when to use / avoid them in web design?