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Flashback Friday (Feb 29 - Mar 4 ): Best Articles in UX, Design & Ecommerce This Week

What's the best of the web this week? We cherry-picked the most interesting articles on UX, Design, Ecommerce, Product & Digital Marketing from around the web.

If sharing is caring, then share this with colleagues and friends (unless you don't have any friends - yes, I'm looking at you) 😉😅 Seriously, who knows, this could be something to talk about when you're back in the office on Monday. Happy reading!

Infinite Scrolling, Pagination Or “Load More” Buttons? Usability Findings In eCommerce

By Christian Holst
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What is the best UX pattern to display products on an e-commerce website: pagination, a “Load more” button or infinite scrolling? At Baymard Institute, we’ve conducted several year-long large-scale usability studies of more than 50+ leading e-commerce websites. We tested (among other things) these three design patterns for loading products, both on desktop and mobile.

The 3-Step Hybrid Process for Prioritizing Product Features

By Jerry Cao
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Lost without a product roadmap? Don’t worry. We’ve collected the advice of successful product managers to create this 3-step approach for methodically prioritizing product features. We actually practice this hybrid process at UXPin with our own product and UX teams.

In this piece, we’ll explain:

How to first think of features in terms of themes
How to break down themes into projects
How to rank each project collaboratively for maximum impact.

Designing with data and incremental development

By Paul Boag
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Designing with data and incremental development are great in principle. But practically they face problems. Problems a new generation of tools help us overcome.

The Complete List of User Experience (UX) Resources & Tools

By Jason Hreha
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Over the years I’ve collected a ton of different resources to help me with my product & UX work. I’ve signed up for dozens of newsletters and blog emailers, purchased a bunch of books, checked out some online courses, and have used a wide range of tools to help me bring my ideas to life. Finally, I decided to go through all of my bookmarks, emails, and text files and put of all these resources into a comprehensive list.
Enjoy!

How to usability test your site for free

By Ezequiel Bruni
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Usability testing is sometimes one of those things that designers conveniently ‘forget’ about. Why? Well do a search for it. Usability testing, as it is generally practiced, costs money. What if the only reason you learned web design in the first place was to build your own site? Check your wallet. Can you pay for classic usability testing?