23 Product List Articles

These articles are based on observations and test findings from our usability research on list items, sorting, and filtering.

Product Listing UX: Have Filters for All Displayed List Item Info (38% Don’t)

3 UX Implementation Details for Designing User-Friendly ‘Compare’ Tools

Product List UX: Explain Industry-Specific Filters (91% Don’t)

E-Commerce UX: Allow Users to Combine Multiple Filtering Values of the Same Type — an ‘OR’ logic (32% of Sites Don’t)

Product Listing UX: Use Synchronized Hover Effects & Unified Hit-Areas (76% Don’t)

UX Research: 3 Key Design Principles for Product Listing Information

E-Commerce UX: What Information to Display in Product Listings (46% Get it Wrong)

Product Listing UX: Highlight Items Already in the User’s Cart (96% Don’t)

External Article: Testing Pagination Against Infinite Scrolling and ‘Load More’ Buttons

Product Lists: Display Extra Information on Hover (76% Don’t)

6 Use Cases for Compatibility Databases on E-Commerce Sites

Form Usability: 5 Requirements for Slider Interfaces

Product List Usability: Avoid ‘Quick View’ Overlays

7 Filtering Implementations That Make Macy’s Best-in-Class

Don’t Base ‘Customer Ratings’ Sorting on Averages Only

How to Design ‘Applied Filters’ (42% Get It Wrong)

Contextual List Item Information – A New E-Commerce Personalization Technique

Filtering UI: A Horizontal Toolbar Can Outperform the Traditional Sidebar

External Article: The Current State of E-Commerce Filtering

Category-Specific Sorting: A New Way to Sort Products

Users’ Perception of Product Ratings (Qualitative & Quantitative Research Findings)

Most E-Commerce Sites Need ‘Price Per Unit’ (98% Get it Wrong)

E-Commerce Product List Usability: Report & Benchmark

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