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Pär Svärdson om prisregnet: Så blev vi bäst på e-handel - Ehandel.se
De senaste dagarna har priserna fullkomligt regnat över Apotea och VD:n Pär Svärdson. Men hur blev Svärdson bäst i Sverige på e-handel?

Det började med Adlibris och har fortsatt med Apotea. Pär Svärdsons båda livsprojekt har hittills varit framgångssagor utan slut.
ecommerce  e-handel 
april 2017 by Aetles
Use 'Delivery Date' Not 'Shipping Speed' – From UX Research to Implementation Roadmap - Articles - Baymard Institute
When it comes to shipping, our checkout usability study shows that what users really care about is not “shipping speed” but rather the date of delivery, as in: “When will I receive my order?”

During our large-scale usability testing, the subjects frequently had major trouble comparing shipping options that displayed shipping speeds rather than delivery dates. The subjects also often ended up misinterpreting shipping speeds and frequently miscalculated the arrival date. Meanwhile, the test sites that displayed delivery dates fared much better, and the subjects were even able to accurately interpret delivery date ranges.

Now this may perhaps seem like an obvious insight but a staggering 40% of the major US e-commerce checkouts we benchmarked show shipping speeds instead of delivery dates. If nearly half of major e-commerce sites fail on the presentation of their delivery speeds despite the serious capital and tech resources at their disposal, then it’s probably likely for even the best of us to stumble in this area.

At its core, the solution is pretty simple: display “delivery date” rather than “shipping speed”. That is, instead of the shipping option stating “2-4 day delivery”, it says “Arrives January 26-28”. That’s of course easier said than done. In practice, there’s a whole host of details to get right when estimating the delivery date, as well as changes in user perception that should be accounted for.
ecommerce  ux  webdevelopment 
february 2017 by Aetles
Card — make your credit card better in one line of code
With one line of code..

$('form').card({ container: $('.card-wrapper') });
You get..

Animations for 4 different card types
An intuitive experience for your users
Pure CSS, HTML, and Javascript (no images)
100% free and open source
css  ecommerce  webdevelopment 
june 2014 by Aetles
The Emerging Global Web
The web was first conceived 25 years ago, by an Englishman. Fifteen years later, as the first crop of dot.coms were going bust, close to 60% of its users (and all Alexa "top 20" sites) came from developed nations. Fast forward to today, and the picture is strikingly different. Almost half the Alexa "top 20" now comes from emerging economies. Economies where close to 3 billion people have yet to use the web, but thanks to mobile--won't have to wait much longer to discover it. This presentation will introduce you to fascinating and innovative services that are re-shaping the web to serve the consumers of tomorrow. Driven by mobile, the power of personal relationships, and the breakneck pace of globalisation, these services provide a glimpse into the business models, opportunities and challenges we will face, when growing a truly global web.
ecommerce  web  world  asia  africa  economy 
may 2014 by Aetles
Stripe: Payments for developers
Payments for developers
Stripe makes it easy to start accepting
credit cards on the web today.
Get Started with Stripe

Send payouts with Stripe. You can now easily send payouts to third-party bank accounts. Read more
Why you'll love using Stripe
Full-stack payments
You don’t need a merchant account or gateway. Stripe handles everything, including storing cards, subscriptions, and direct payouts to your bank account.

Stripe.js lets you build your own payment forms while still avoiding PCI requirements.
api  ecommerce  payment 
july 2013 by Aetles
Get a free and easy online store - Tictail
“(Tictail is for ) ...everyone who wants to have an eCommerce-site without the hassle. Changing from OpenCart to Tictail was like when you opened your first iBook and wondered why have spent all that time on a Windows machine.”
ecommerce  online  swedish 
april 2013 by Aetles
Checkout Usability: Don't Use "Apply" Buttons (72% Get it Wrong) - Articles - Baymard Institute
When we conducted the checkout usability study last year we discovered that whenever an “Apply” button was used to submit only a section of a checkout form it was either:

Not clicked, even if the related input field was filled out, or
Mistaken for the primary button.
More than half of the test subjects were confused by e-commerce checkout forms with an inline “Apply” button. The test subjects simply didn’t understand the concept of having a separate “Apply” button for distinct sections of a form – i.e. for applying a shipping method or a coupon code to the order. Instead, the subjects expected a single primary button in the checkout flows which would submit everything and take them to the next checkout step.
forms  usability  ecommerce 
august 2012 by Aetles
Building a Mobile Ecommerce Dashboard in Google Analytics – Analytics Talk
Recently, at the GAUGE conference, I talked about Google Analytics custom reports and dashboards. During the dashboards section of the talk I walked the group through the process of setting upa dashboard. As an example I created a dashboard for a fictional ecommerce website.
After the talk someone came up to me and asked if I could share more details on the dashboard. So here they are!
My goal with this dashboard is deep-dive on the mobile segment of the business: to focus on the business objectives (conversions), key actions that could lead to conversions AND ancillary data about the mobile experience. This will give us a wide range of metrics that provides a deep understanding of the mobile experience.
analytics  dashboard  ecommerce  google 
december 2011 by Aetles
Introduction to Commerce Shipping (Screencast) | Commerce Guys
In this screencast we'll create a simple "Flat Rate" shipping service.
drupal  drupalcommerce  ecommerce 
november 2011 by Aetles
FastSpring - Experience E-Commerce 2.0 - Payment and Merchandising Solutions for Downloadable Software and Services, Software Distribution and Marketing, Software E-Commerce and Payment Processing
FastSpring® provides an all-in-one e-commerce payment processing, merchandising, and fulfillment solution. Sell your software, games, e-books, or other digital products online. Enable your customers to pay globally using Visa®, Mastercard®, American Express®, Discover®, PayPal™, check, purchase order, or money order. FastSpring builds you a highly customizable, hosted order page (view samples) that seamlessly integrates with your existing website's design and is displayed to your customers in their local language and currency.
Our next-generation, highly flexible system handles every aspect of your order page e-commerce. View our feature list to learn more about the benefits of making FastSpring your outsourced e-commerce provider. View a sample order page flow to see how your order pages can be configured to increase your revenue per order and your conversion rate.
ecommerce 
september 2010 by Aetles

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