- Role and importance of images in eCommerce shops
- Adapting featured & gallery images to the user's needs
- Image types used for eCommerce products
- Using good product titles for great results
- Building trust and social proof for users
- Personalization is more important than ever before
- Choosing and implementing user-friendly product description
- Creating desire with storytelling
- Designing visible CTAs buttons
- Reviews and ratings for eCommerce stores
- Where to position product description text
- Saving user's time by setting the most commonly selected options as default
- Engaging users with a suggestion list
- Using images
- Keep elements simple and properly grouped
- Designing active states for personalization options
- Designing dropdown menus
- "You may also like" suggestion element
- Bonus: download Figma product page design template
What exactly will you get with this guide?
We presented the most common UX RFP rules as we see them from our design agency experience. We constantly receive RFPs for UX design and we can tell you there is a huge difference between them. Some of them really stand out in the sense of provided data and precisely defined project characteristics needed for the successful design.
With this template you will be able to:
- Understand what are the main product page experience points
- See what makes successful product page in minutes
- Understand how to make the design changes
- Implement better product page to increase conversions
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
For whom is this report intended?
This template is intended for eCommerce teams - Marketing, sales, CX, design, or any other department.
Is it really free?
Of course! Just sharing some free resources that we hope you’ll find useful. Keep us in mind for free consultation regarding your upcoming project!
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