Are you a UX statistic?
If spending on UX is a no-brainer, then why do so many sites send users careening off the road to conversion? Just a little UX work up front pays off big time down the road. Scroll down for UX statistics to keep your customers on the right track.
FAIL AT UX1
FAIL AT UX1
Websites that fail UX suffer from frustrated users and poor conversion rates — but with the right UX team, the development process can be more proactive... and more profitable.
Testing with just 5 users can find 85% of your site's problems2
A UX strategist can coordinate inexpensive testing processes to avoid inflated costs — costs that can be 100x more than fixing errors during development. Website errors are expensive. Being proactive isn't.
68% of users give up because they think you don't care about them3
Customer retention is a big deal — yet the majority of users fail to convert because they think you don't care about their experience. Implementing UX processes during design and development builds user loyalty and increases conversions.
Developers spend 50% of their time fixing avoidable issues4
Programmers spend half their time reworking projects — that means 50% more time added to your development cycle. Get a UX designer and get that time back.
$1 invested in UX
returns up to
One e-commerce site increased its annual revenue by $300 million with a simple, UX-driven change.6 A good UX designer can ensure that your site draws return customers and increases conversion rates so you see more value, faster.