In 2020, ecommerce companies made $565 billion, but customers returned $105 billion worth of inventory. This level of online returns isn’t sustainable monetarily or environmentally. How can web designers can help deter shoppers from making so many returns?
Generation Z is entering the ranks of the consumer class more with each passing year. In order to prepare your fintech clients for the changing attitudes and preferences of Gen Z, start designing your fintech websites and apps for them.
Data visualization (also referred to as data viz or simply as “charts”) is such an interesting topic because it sits at the intersection of several very different worlds. Let’s learn how to design powerful charts and graphs, using examples from the KendoReact library.
Fintech users will inevitably go in search of something not readily available in the app you build for them. By designing a search form that’s easy to find and use, you can greatly improve your fintech users’ satisfaction and business.
Good form design requires more than user-friendly design decisions related to spacing, font selection, error messages, etc. These things are all important to usability, but let’s look at how conditional logic can take form design to the next level.
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