This is a case study of Trip.com’s e-commerce user experience (UX) performance. It’s based on an exhaustive performance review of 230 design elements. 196 other sites have also been benchmarked for a complete picture of the e-commerce UX landscape.
Trip.com’s overall e-commerce UX performance is mediocre. It is especially issues related to broken Homepage & Main Navigation, Site-Wide Design & Interaction, and Travel “Booking” Search that detract from Trip.com’s UX performance.
230 Guidelines · Performance:
Homepage & Main Navigation
12 Guidelines · Performance:
Travel "Booking" Search
52 Guidelines · Performance:
Property & Room Detail Pages
50 Guidelines · Performance:
"Booking" Checkout Process
87 Guidelines · Performance:
Accounts & Self-Service
29 Guidelines · Performance:
186 Guidelines · Performance:
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