What are the top 40 UX improvements for your Online Food Delivery mobile site and app? How does your UX performance compare to DoorDash, KFC, Burger King, McDonalds, Domino’s, Uber Eats?
Based on the findings from Baymard Institute’s 78,000+ hours of User Experience (UX) research, Baymard will conduct an Online Food Delivery UX audit of your mobile site and app.
The in-depth Online Food Delivery UX audit will be based on 400+ weighted UX parameters uncovered during our large-scale UX testing – and are those we observe to be most relevant for Online Food Delivery mobile websites and native mobile apps. This will provide you with:
Learn more about our Online Food Delivery UX audit analysis, deliverables, and costs in the 5 sections below:
A ‘Online Food Delivery UX audit’ includes:
A full UX analysis and assessment of your mobile website and native mobile app UX, (including the homepage, search, restaurant lists, menu lists, menu item pages, food customization flows, cart, checkout flow, order pickup and delivery) conducted by lead researchers at Baymard Institute, utilizing our 78,000+ hours of large-scale UX research.
6 detailed UX scorecards with a total of 400+ UX performance scoring parameters, used for direct UX performance comparison against other online Online Food Delivery websites (DoorDash, KFC, Burger King, McDonalds, Domino’s, Uber Eats, Just Eat, & Deliveroo). In addition, you will also get a UX comparison to 149 top-grossing US and European e-commerce sites, to benchmark how your site stacks up to general online user expectations.
The auditors will write a detailed 120+ page report with 40 suggestions for UX improvement. Each suggestion includes a description of the identified user experience issue along with a proposed solution and 2–4 best practice examples from other Online Food Delivery mobile sites and apps, and occationally examples outside the Online Food Delivery industry for cross-industry inspiration.
A 2-hour video conference where we go over the audit results with you and your team, to discuss the findings and suggestions for improvements.
3 follow-up calls with your UX auditor within four months of delivering the audit findings. Useful for feedback on any redesigns you create, a light review of prototypes, follow-up questions from your teams, etc.
A full-site UX audit includes 4 months of complimentary access to a Baymard Premium ‘Medium’ plan with full access to Baymard’s 78,000+ hours of UX research findings.
The audit will cover the following areas of your online user experience:
Homepage — The homepage structure, design, re-ordering of recent orders, carousels, personalization, and promotions.
Category Taxonomy — The overall e-commerce category structure and taxonomy, includes the common issue of “over-categorization”, information architecture, catalog breadth, category redundancy, overly deep or shallow categories, industry-specific naming, etc.
Main Navigation — The main e-commerce navigation design, mega drop-down menus, visual hierarchy, courtesy non-product navigation, etc.
Query Types — The level of compliance with 5 different overarching types of search queries that users perform, all vital for your search engine to support (Exact, Product Type, Feature, Thematic, Abbreviation). How data is actually searched.
Search Form & Logic — The design and behavior of the search field itself, query persistence, manual and automatic search scope selection, special characters, etc.
Autocomplete — How the autocomplete feature (“predictive search” "search typeahead") should be designed, the types of suggestions it should make, keyboard behavior support, etc.
Search Results — How to guide users toward better paths on the results page, including suggesting alternate queries, scopes, “No results” pages, misspellings, etc.
List Layout & Loading— The design and features of the overall layout of the restaurant & menu list, layouts, data consistency, loading schema for new items loaded into the restaurant or menu list, number of items displayed by default, etc.
List Items: Information and Thumbnails — The type and amount of restaurant and menu attributes to include in each list item, user ratings in list items, the type of thumbnails in each list item, what they depict, their size, hover-enabled thumbnails, etc.
Filtering & Sorting — The type, amount, and specificity of filters users need, incl. thematic filters, food-specific filters, user-defined filters, price filters, etc. The filtering logic, scope, filtering tooltips, filter names, filtering value’s styling, placement and layout. The default sort type, sort types available, diversity in sorting logic, etc.
Menu Item Page Layouts — “Collapsed Sections”, recently viewed items, cross-sell placement, etc.
Menu Item Page Content — Default food images, image zoom, descriptions, scaling images on mobile, etc.
Food Customization and the “Buy” Section — Add to order button, pricing placement and styling, layout of special offers and discounts, food size and type variations, food customization flow, customization price changes, indicating selected customizations, custom selector UIs, etc.
Cross-Sells & Cross-Navigation — Cross-sells design, placement, and logic, cross-navigation elements, etc.
Shopping Cart & “Added to Cart/Order” Behavior — Shopping cart design and features, as well as the page-response when users add food items to the order, etc.
Account Selection & Creation — Account selection designs and communication, guest checkout, “Delayed Account Creation”, password rules, etc.
Customer & Address Information — Privacy concerns, phone fields, address auto-detection techniques, etc.
Delivery & Pickup — display of local delivery options, display of local pickup options, date and time selector UI, order cutoff, delivery thresholds, delivery fees, naming of delivery and pickup options, display of costs, etc.
Payment Flow & Methods (includes Third-Party) — The payment methods interface, how to integrate and display third-party payment options, coupon codes, etc.
Credit Card Form — The credit card field design and its validation logic and formatting, along with the expiration date, security code, and cardholder name inputs, field sequence, card icons, and card type selection.
Order Review — Review step design, “Place Order” button placement, and necessary review data, along with its editing flow.
Order Confirmation & E-Mail (to the extent it’s possible to access this) — The information and actions needed on the order confirmation page, along with the order confirmation e-mail.
Checkout Page Design — Checkout process steps, “Enclosed Checkout” designs, order summary sidebars, active vs. passive cross-selling, etc.
Form Design & Features — How to design and position the primary button, minimizing number of form fields, multi-column layouts, tabbing flows, , back-button and enter-keystroke behavior. Field label position, tooltips, optimizing microcopy and descriptions. Intelligent form features, including inferred selections, pre-fills, auto-fills, and personalization of the checkout flow.
Validation Errors & Data Persistence — How to design and position error messages, how to word them, and persisting data in non-secure and secure form fields, along with inline validation.
Mobile Touch Keyboards & Interfaces —Spacing between hit areas, hit area sizing, mobile touch keyboards, keyboard autocorrect, etc.
In addition to auditing your mobile site and mobile app UX and comparing it to DoorDash, KFC, Burger King, McDonalds, Domino’s, Uber Eats, Just Eat, & Deliveroo, we can also expand the project scope to include a custom competitive audit against any local or direct Online Food Delivery competitor(s) you’d like. This is available in most countries and languages.
Most commonly, UX audit services are used by:
Even the smallest improvement in conversion rate for any site with significant sales will lead to a notable return on investment. For example, an improvement from 3.1% to 3.6% in conversion rate for a site with $50,000,000 annual sales will yield $8,060,000 extra sales every year.
A Online Food Delivery mobile web and mobile app UX audit across all 6 audit focus areas costs $12,700 (USD) — this includes a volume discount of $5,200 compared to the rate for 6 individual “focused UX audits”.
A ‘Online Food Delivery UX audit’ includes:
A full UX review and analysis by Baymard’s team of UX researchers of both your mobile website and mobile app.
A 120+ page audit report with 40 prioritized suggestions for UX improvements. Each explain the identified UX issue, the suggested change, and show 2–4 best practice implementation examples from other Online Food Delivery sites and leading e-commerce sites.
6 detailed UX performance scorecards with a total of 400+ review parameters, and with performance comparison against DoorDash, KFC, Burger King, McDonalds, Domino’s, Uber Eats, Just Eat, & Deliveroo, along with a general UX comparison to 149 top-grossing e-commerce sites.
A 2-hour video conference with you and your team to discuss the audit results.
3 follow-up calls with your UX auditor. Useful for follow-up questions or feedback on your redesigns or prototypes.
Reach out below to discuss your needs or request a UX audit of your Online Food Delivery site or app. (PS client audits are strictly confidential and will not be included in Baymard’s public UX benchmark database).
Refund Policy: In the event that we’re unable to provide 40 suggestions for improvements we’ll still complete the audit and leave it up to you if you want a refund.
A typical UX audit takes around 17-25 work days - depending on time of year, project scope and auditor availability.
All client-specific audits and UX scorecards are strictly confidential; they are not included in Baymard’s public benchmark databases or shared with anyone else (NDA is possible).
As Baymard does not offer any kind of web design or programming services or sell e-commerce technology, the UX audit will always be a completely unbiased analysis of your site and app, and not an indirect “sales pitch” for other services. At Baymard our specialization is the UX audit.
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