These articles are based on observations and test findings from our usability research on the entire mobile e-commerce experience.
3 Strategies for Handling Accidental ‘Taps’ on Touch Devices
UX Research: 7 Reasons B&H Photo’s Mobile Site is Best-in-Class
42% of Mobile Homepages Risk Setting Wrong Expectations for Their Users
Mobile Usability: Allow Users to ‘Search Within’ Their Current Category (94% Don’t)
Mobile Gestures: 40% of Sites Don’t Support Pinch or Tap Gestures for Product Images
‘Touch Keyboard’ Implementations Have Improved Just 9% Since 2013 (60% Still Get it Wrong)
The State of Mobile Checkout & Form Usability
The State of Mobile E-Commerce Search and Category Navigation
6 Mobile Checkout Usability Considerations
Mobile Commerce Spending Patterns (2013 Survey Results)
5 High-Level Mobile Commerce Design Considerations
Mobile Form Usability: Never Use Inline Labels
Mobile Product Lists Need Very Distinct Hit Areas
How Should Your Mobile and Desktop Sites Differ?
Mobile: Never Use Native Drop-Downs for Navigation
Mobile Product Pages: Always Offer a List of Compatible Products
Mobile Form Usability: Place Labels Above the Field
M-Commerce Usability: Exploring the Mobile Shopping Experience
Mobile Form Usability: Avoid Splitting Single Input Entities
8 Limitations When Designing For Mobile
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