#Asia How to not PISS off your customers at your online store’s checkout page 101

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Every design component of an e-commerce marketplace requires equal amounts of effort if you want to offer quality user experience

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The experience of shopping online varies from each e-commerce platform. Some offer such a pleasant experience; you find yourself breaking the bank, others are so horrid; you feel the overwhelming urge to fire off nasty, profanity-laden emails to the customer service team.

The basics of a good e-commerce sites can be distilled down to not only good content but also good UI/UX design at each stage of the transaction. Losing a customer because filling out your checkout page is more complicated than filing your taxes would be pretty crummy.

Here is an infographic of what you should consider when designing your e-commerce site’s checkout form.

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