Benchmarks

Norton’s E-Commerce UX

This is a case study of Norton’s e-commerce user experience (UX) performance. It’s based on an exhaustive performance review of 251 design elements. 184 other sites have also been benchmarked for a complete picture of the e-commerce UX landscape.

Norton’s overall e-commerce UX performance is mediocre. This is mainly due to poor Sign-Up & Account Management, Mobile Web, and Page Types & Design performances.


Performance: 24.6mediocre

URL: us.norton.com


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Overall UX Performance

255 Guidelines · Performance:

Desktop Web

152 Guidelines · Performance:

Homepage & Navigation

24 Guidelines · Performance:

Homepage

9 Guidelines · Performance:

Main Navigation

15 Guidelines · Performance:

Page Types & Design

17 Guidelines · Performance:

Plan Matrix

8 Guidelines · Performance:

Checkout

77 Guidelines · Performance:

Checkout Types & Layout

11 Guidelines · Performance:

Customer & Address Information

6 Guidelines · Performance:

Payment Flow & Methods (Incl. Third-Party)

4 Guidelines · Performance:

Credit Card Form

9 Guidelines · Performance:

Order Review

5 Guidelines · Performance:

Order Confirmation & E-Mail

4 Guidelines · Performance:

User Interactions & Distractions

7 Guidelines · Performance:

Validation Errors & Data Persistence

10 Guidelines · Performance:

Field Labels & Microcopy

7 Guidelines · Performance:

Field Design & Input Optimization

14 Guidelines · Performance:

Sign-Up & Account Management

12 Guidelines · Performance:

Site-Wide Features & Navigation

14 Guidelines · Performance:

Mobile Web

103 Guidelines · Performance:

Homepage & Navigation

12 Guidelines · Performance:

Homepage

6 Guidelines · Performance:

Main Navigation

6 Guidelines · Performance:

Page Types & Design

10 Guidelines · Performance:

Checkout

59 Guidelines · Performance:

Checkout Types & Layout

4 Guidelines · Performance:

Customer & Address Information

5 Guidelines · Performance:

Payment Flow & Methods (Incl. Third-Party)

4 Guidelines · Performance:

Credit Card Form

7 Guidelines · Performance:

Order Review

5 Guidelines · Performance:

Order Confirmation & E-Mail

4 Guidelines · Performance:

User Interactions & Distractions

3 Guidelines · Performance:

Validation Errors & Data Persistence

10 Guidelines · Performance:

Field Labels & Microcopy

6 Guidelines · Performance:

Field Design & Input Optimization

11 Guidelines · Performance:

Sign-Up & Account Management

3 Guidelines · Performance:

Site-Wide Design & Interaction

19 Guidelines · Performance:

Site-Wide Features & Navigation

11 Guidelines · Performance:

Touch Interfaces

8 Guidelines · Performance:

To learn how we calculate our performance scores and read up on our evaluation criteria and scoring algorithm head over to our Methodology page.

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