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B2B Electronic Components and Machinery Sites: New UX Benchmark with Over 4,800 Performance Scores and 3,600 Best Practice Examples

At Baymard we’ve just released a new UX benchmark of B2B Electronic Components and Machinery sites.

This adds to our existing e-commerce UX benchmark.

10 B2B Electronic Components and Machinery UX Case Studies

The 10 sites have been manually assessed across 460+ research-based UX parameters relevant to B2B Electronic Components and Machinery sites, resulting in 4,800+ weighted UX performance scores and 3,600+ best practice examples.

For the benchmark, we rated 10 B2B Electronic Components and Machinery sites: Bossard, Maxon, TTI, Avnet, Digikey, Mouser, Schneider Electric, Fastenal, MSCDirect, and Norgren.

You can explore our 10 in-depth B2B Electronic Components and Machinery UX case studies using the below links:

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B2B Electronic Components and Machinery UX Performance

Each of the 10 Electronic Components and Machinery site’s 4,800+ UX performance scores are summarized in the interactive scatterplot below — showing you how they perform collectively and individually:

A publicly available overview of the research and benchmark can be found on our B2B Electronic Components and Machinery research overview page.

Getting Access: all 4,800+ UX performance scores, 3,600+ best practice examples, and the UX insights gained from researching the B2B Electronic Components and Machinery industry are available immediately and in full within Baymard Premium (You may also want to see our B2B Components & Machinery UX audit service for information on booking a UX audit of your B2B Components & Machinery sales site).

Authored by Federico Caria on September 29, 2022

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