Check out some clean and simple filtering options on handmade shop. You can also check @2x
8 months ago
very nice work mate!
Uh, simple? It looks like input hell for me...
@Michal Acler That's why you are not in a target audience. It works pretty well like this, whatever looks like
@Vaclav Bedrich Does it mean that if it's too complex for him, then he isn't the target audience?
I assume it's an "advanced search" so users would only use it to refine their search results - in this case it's OK for me. Even better - it might seem complex at first sight, but when I'm looking for something specific and want to use this, the more complex the better, because I have the time and patience for using it.
@Adam Amran You are totally right. This is after click on "filter", tabs under giving user an option to choose more product categories etc. This is the most complex option as could be, on the first look you will see a lot easier page. In that case I assume someone could get it as really complex. I meant this is complex in this stage because it works pretty well on the target audience which is not exactly his gender.
@Vaclav Bedrich So the target audience are just women? I definitely wouldn't limit it in such way - unless of course it's a result of some research.
@Adam Amran Not as far as it sounds but mostly yes. There is also different if they are sellers or buyers. Sellers are also often men but they dont buy as much as women in a coeficient about 25:75.
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