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Time to continue with the Daily UI Challenge and here is my take on the #002 Check Out Form.
In this one, I included several small details to improve the user experience:
- I'm using thicker borders and checkboxes —not only color— to indicate which item is currently selected, to help the colorblind users.
- I included large images to give the user a chance to have a last look at the product he is buying.
- Ratings from other buyers are included to help convince the user that he is buying a product which was approved by others.
As always feel free to leave a comment and/or your thoughts on it :).
See you at the next one!