E-commerce User Interface Design. Lawrence Najjar Information Architect Viant email@example.com. Outline. Why worry about e-commerce usability? Why improve e-commerce usability? Page format Navigation Catalog Registration Checkout. Why Worry about E-commerce Usability?.
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