Essential UX Design for Ecommerce Sites
13

Monday, 13 February

6:15 7:45 pm GMT

GA London, The Relay Building

1st Floor, 114 Whitechapel High Street
London, E1 7PT
£25 GBP
Regular Ticket
£25 GBP
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

Essential UX Design for Ecommerce Sites

Matt Isherwood Photo


UX Design Consultant

13

Monday, 13 February

6:15 7:45 pm GMT

GA London, The Relay Building

1st Floor, 114 Whitechapel High Street
London, E1 7PT
£25 GBP
Regular Ticket
£25 GBP
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Class

Today, more and more retailers are moving their businesses to the digital sphere. In 2015 there were over 1.5 trillion dollars made in global ecommerce sales. With platforms readily available, it’s easier than ever to set up an online store—but it’s not enough just to have a site, customers will quickly leave if it isn’t easy to use. There are a few key design principles that when utilised can help set your online business apart and achieve market success.

In this 90-minute beginner’s class, we’ll take a closer look at ecommerce and the essential UX design elements to consider.

Takeaways

  • The core rules and best practices for designing ecommerce sites
  • Ecommerce website patterns–some of the most battle-hardened on the web
  • Best practice for designing checkout flows and getting users to buy your product
  • Different design approaches you can take to displaying products
  • The spectrum of different styles, from Amazon's mass production to high-end brands
  • How things differ on mobile and what you can do there

Prereqs & Preparation

This is a beginner’s class. If you’re a startup founder wanting a grounding in the ecommerce space, UX designer making a shift into consumer-facing sites, graphic designer wanting to design for the web, or front end developer wanting to beef up your UX knowledge, come along.

About the Instructor

Matt Isherwood Photo

UX Design Consultant

Matt is a UX consultant who helps online marketplaces improve their design via qual and quant data. He specialises in working with growing start-ups.

Matt started out in UX design at the BBC in 2008. There he worked on a variety of projects, including two years of designing for 32 different languages at the World Service. He followed this by joining startup life at luxury travel site onefinestay. Over three and a half years he had the role of UX designer and product manager of the ecommerce site. Matt has taught with General Assembly since 2013.

You can find his UX design articles and books at mattish.com.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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