^ Yes, center is better position. Also again, the ad banner sitting very closely to pagination button ruins the ease of pagination focus / click. But looks like this going to be a permanent tragedy here. Moving the banner atleast 20 more pixels should help.
^ Related point to the above, from my buying experiences (here and everywhere), I never skip paginations (located anywhere) as long the result displays decently big numbers like: “200 matching items found”
If you look our search system, it shows the total matching numbers in not-so-visible way (white text on image background). I think the total items found could be displayed in more attentive way. This can impact buyer’s psychology of skipping other pages.
VF saidTo see is to click. It’s forcing 50% of the current visitors to buy from the first pages’ results.
I think there is no reason to assume the bottom-only pagination as a bias towards first page.
I see the other way. 50% of users searches keyword, slightly scrolls bottom and top (?) and clicks top pagination instead of giving much attention to filters. Talking about past habits of regular buyers.
I think there is no reason to assume the bottom-only pagination as a bias towards first page. As the newly added filters occupy top region of all pages, it makes sense to keep the pagination far away from search filters. See this pattern:
- Someone keyword searches
- Changes the filter
- Scrolls from top to bottom
- Clicks the pagination button for next page
- Scrolls from top to bottom
It makes sense to expect top pagination with old system that didn’t have filters but with the new system, it can make buyers disregard filtering. Or it is worth leaving it current way for few months and observe the pattern of navigation.
@WolfsteR, thanks for sharing. Did’t went through it fully but this is sufficient to laugh loudly:
“But… my computer is apple iMac”
“Your computer is..?”
“My computer is apple iMac its not MicroSoft”
“Ok, sir it happens…. it happens….”
@scottwills, I like this approach of staff spending time directly with specific cases on community.I think your presence on these kind of threads will also result better in some broad perspective without taking much resources:
Brw, the above one is GraphicRiver specific.
sightsignal saidYou’re right, the wavy lines aren’t useful (and didn’t accurately say anything about the values between dots). We’ve just updated the graph to use straight lines without the faux bezier curves
This. It’s even stranger looking at consecutive days with equal sales… the green line just waves along. To me the lines would look better straight and finishing on the dot of the current day, with the days ahead showing a neutral gray dot.
Thanks for the linear lines. The smooth curves were cool but it distorted the data.
Btw, can you make the last point as current date/Month instead of connecting with next month with 0 sales? This requires adding an additional point next to current month using current month’s X value and Y value set to 0.
Not sure if this will fit for authors or Envato but sounds correct: