Are your landing pages leaving users confused about what you offer?
Are your search page filters not being used?
Are your product pages failing to excite users into buying?
Does your checkout flow see huge drop-offs?
This Amazon-bestselling book delivers UX design advice for ecommerce websites, so you can make more sales.
It delves into the specific things you need to do at each step of the ecommerce funnel, regardless of what you are selling.
The first thing to check is whether your website is doing all the things that users expect of the ecommerce experience. After all, the vast majority of them shop online elsewhere, and if your process doesn't live up to their expectations, they can just go to another site.
I've spent four years teaching these basics to hundreds of people like you via my workshops at General Assembly in London. Over that time I've used this real feedback to alter and refine this content, which form half the advice in this book.
Every website is slightly different and you'll be catering to your own audience. However a lot of the UX issues fall into the same few categories. It's important to tackle those problems before you get into spending fortunes on great-looking but ineffective design and imagery.
I've worked with a variety of ecommerce startups over five years where I've been able to dig into the analytics data and watch rafts of user tests. This has enabled me to identify the most common issues of sites out there, which forms the other half of this book. The tend to reappear regardless of the product or service you're selling.
This book is to help those people without a deep knowledge or experience of UX design but who are involved in the design process. I've taught these principles to graphic designers, marketers, developers, and startup founders.
Amazon bestseller in the E-Commerce and Technology Business categories.
“Love this book – not least because the clear design and layout are UX in action! Must read if you want to start on the journey of improving conversions on your website.”
C.E Thomas, from Amazon UK ★★★★★
“Whether a novice or expert - this is a great book as both a first read and checklist for for experienced UX designers.”
RF, from Amazon UK ★★★★★
“For the last few years I've read extensively about more-complex ecommerce websites -- and now I'm designing one. Matt's densely-packed ebook has been a major eye-opener.”
Daniel Kamman, from Amazon US ★★★★★
“Have been looking for this kind of guide for a while. Will come in extremely handy.”
Maybe Later, from Amazon UK ★★★★★
“I loved the format – short but punchy, informative and functional. Packed full of learning and lightbulb moments, I know this will be a resource I will be going back to again and again.”
Stephanie, designer Unipro
“A brilliant way to quickly learn the important facts about ecommerce UX. I definitely picked up tips from the different pricing suggestions in there.”
Thanos, designer klou.design
“A great guide to learn more about ecommerce UX, with lots of useful details on presenting product information.”
Vince, developer Tagnia
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I'm Matt and I am a UX consultant who helps ecommerce sites improve their design via evidence (not assumptions). Unlike other consultants I specialise in working with growing startups.
I have over nine years experience as a UX designer, including at the BBC, onefinestay, and three years working with startups. I’ve taught UX design workshops for four years with General Assembly, as well as bespoke training for various companies.