Archive for April, 2014

Part 2: E-Commerce Guidelines For Product Findability

Posted Under: e-commerce

Today we are continuing on Part 1 e-commerce guidelines which we recommend you read prior to this article, since we shared some important findings from an 8- months large-scale usability research study on the product-finding experience. The research tested some of the biggest retailers today including Amazon, Best Buy, H&M, IKEA, Macy’s, Newegg, Pixmania, Pottery […]

Posted by : Abhishek Agarwal Date : April 29, 2014

Part 1: E-Commerce Guidelines For Product Findability

Posted Under: e-commerce

If customers can’t find a product, they can’t buy it making the product findability a key to any e-commerce business. Baymard Institute conducted an 8- months large-scale usability research study on the product-finding experience, set to explore how users navigate, find and select products on e-commerce websites, using the home page and category navigation. The […]

Posted by : Abhishek Agarwal Date : April 22, 2014

Family meal planner Meal’o’Meter now available on Google Play & Apple Store

Posted Under: Android, iPhone & iPad, Mobile, RWS News

Our mobile team AppHeros launched a new app! If you are one of those who get the same answer every day when brainstorming with family members about what to cook, AppHeros’ new app has the answer, rather 500+ answers to the most common question asked by mums and wifes across the globe. Their free to […]

Posted by : Abhishek Agarwal Date : April 12, 2014

How to avoid eCommerce Deployment Disaster?

Posted Under: e-commerce

  Re-platforming and deploying major updates play important role in staying ahead of the competition. Altough they are essential for introducing some innovative and major features or responding to user testing, there is also a point at which things can go wrong. Consequently you can end-up with a website that has some serious bugs. So, […]

Posted by : Abhishek Agarwal Date : April 3, 2014