In this article, we will be testing the right mobile keyboard for credit cards according to Baymard. It involves getting the right input mode, setting a pattern, disabling validation, disabling auto-correction, and setting the right autocomplete.
In this article, we will be testing optimized phone fields according to Baymard. It involves disabling auto-correction, getting the right keypad with numbers, and setting the right autocomplete.
In this article, we will be testing out optimized e-mail fields according to Baymard. It involves disabling auto-correction, getting the right keypad, and auto-capitalization.
In this article, we will be adding a back-to-top button.
We’re going to apply the changes below:
Our hypothetical case for this chapter is about adding benefits to a website. UX research from CXL showed that adding benefits underneath the header can be an effective way of communicating your unique selling points (USPs) to a visitor.
Our hypothetical case for this chapter is about maintaining a modern, relevant design. Some websites might look outdated because of the lack of modern design elements. Large hero images can give your website a boost in that aspect.
Research from CXL showed that the benefits listed with bullet points are most memorable and most preferable.
Let’s create another way to refresh with a refresh page button!
This blog post will take you through the process of adding a button that will refresh the page while ignoring the cache.
Losing your coupon code sucks. A copy to the clipboard button would have saved me the hassle of convincing the customer service that I received one.
Our hypothetical case for this chapter is about adding a copy to a clipboard button for users that get a coupon code offered on a webpage.