The mobile users it is nice to be able to view all the necessary information about a product or service on one page, if necessary with a drop-down function. Do I have to click 2 pages further to know if my size t-shirt is available? Then I don't feel like looking at hundreds of other products and I'm gone. Keep it simple for the user. A perfect example of this for me is Calando. On desktop you will immediately see on an overview page of products when only a few sizes are available by hovering over them with your mouse. Are all sizes still available? Then it simply says “Available in different sizes.
Clearly customer experience 1 On mobile, of course, this is a bit more difficult. system here. However, the size filter is almost immediately you phone number list are the packet at the top of the navigation (and everything loads quickly!). What H&M offers in the filter system, for example, is the direct display of the number of products that fall within a filter. Calando does this when the selection is saved. But hey, every webs hop has its own skills. customer experience 2 Another good example is Asks. Ordering shoes online is difficult when it comes to a model or brand that you have not owned before.
I used to always order 2 to 3 sizes myself and return what didn't fit me. Asos has a so-called fit assistant. For shoes, I fill in a short form stating which brand of shoes I am wearing, in which model and in which size. Then I indicate whether my foot is narrow, medium or wide. The fit assistant then gives advice based on purchases from comparable shoppers. My entered data will be remembered during my session, after which the recommended size will appear directly on the product page. customer experience 3 At a webs hop it is customary for a new customer that the first ordering process takes a little more time because of the information that the customer has to fil.