For those of you who haven't purchased any Sevenly merchandise here is a preview of the redesigned checkout experience. Checkout for the full-size here.
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over 1 year ago
It's gorgeous. Like, everything.
I wonder if giving a bit more emphasis to the total price (similar to what you have with the individual items) would serve the average customer/donor better? Just a thought.
This design must be really clean if it's this clear in the animation. +1
They'd be mighty tiny but have you tried stacking the +/- to the right of the number of items? And as it stands, it looks like you can't insert your own number (ie, what if I wanted 50 shirts, would I have to click + until I got there)?
Love the cleanliness otherwise! What fonts are in use? I'm always on the prowl for fonts with nice numbers in them!
I agree with @Greg Bruening, that would be a bit of a pain if you couldn't type in a quantity. It's interesting, but I think the more traditional way of doing it (by typing a quantity) makes more sense.
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@Greg Bruening @Anthony Fonte Normally, I would agree with you guys. However, 97% of purchases on their site are 2 or less so this was designed to aid them in adding/removing an item.
Very nice, but I don't think the "Ship to different address" button is noticeable. If I was a user i'd click the credit card button straight after filling it in.
Hi Shaun, like that the stepper design was lead by the data, it's less input for 97% of purchases this way... I'm clumsy, do you think the proximity of the '+' and '-' might be an issue on touch devices or is this desktop only?
@Ashley Kay Again, we don't envision many users adding/removing items since most only purchase 1-2 items. In regards to mobile, this is the web experience and was optimized for that.
@Jason Mayo Most users have the same billing address and their shipping address (as is the case with most e-commerce sites). We have no worries that the user will find the option as they won't be continuing with their order until they've verified their shipping address.
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