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Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #64: Tunnel In Test #518
This was an experiment on the first checkout step where users would enter shipping information. The control had a longer footer with more additional sitewide links and a call to action to a newsletter. The variation removed these elements and kept the focus on the shipping information task. Impact on progression to next step and sales was measured.
Daria Kurchinskaia Tested Pattern #78: Tags, Badges And Structured Information In Test #517 On Aboalarm.de
In this experiment, a "most popular" badge ("am beliebsten") was appended to the middle plan of a contract cancellation service. Impact on overall purchases and revenue was measured.
Adan Archila Tested Pattern #37: List Or Grid View In Test #516 On 686.com
In this experiment, a one large product photo (control) was tested against a two-column layout with two smaller images (variation). Impact on sales was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #69: Autodiscounting In Test #515
In this experiment, people who saw an offer (in an email or popup) would see a more visible site wide reinforcement of their earned discount being active. In the control, the discount was only shown during checkout. In the variation, it was shown throughout the web site on the homepage and product detail pages.
Stanley Zuo Tested Pattern #97: Bigger Form Fields In Test #514 On Backstage.com
In this experiment, the click area of job listing tiles was expanded to the size of the full job tile. In the control, the click area was smaller - mostly only the job headline, along with additional "view more" links on the right hand column. Clicking the tile or headline would open up a new job details page in both control and variation. Impact on progression and membership sales was measured.
Jona Eisenberger Tested Pattern #15: Bulleted Reassurances In Test #513 On Dripl.de
In this experiment of a floor cleaning product, a reassurance about product uses was appended to two cleaning agent upsells. In the control users saw the 2 standard upsells for laminate and tiles. And in the variation the copy "Right for me. 100x Cleanings" (uses) was appended.
Melina Hess Tested Pattern #65: Add More For Free Shipping In Test #512 On Snocks.com
In this experiment, free shipping was a/b tested against free shipping with a 40€ purchase or higher. Hence, in the variation, customers needed reach cart amount to earn the free shipping eligibility.
Andrey Andreev Tested Pattern #79: Single Or Multiple Triggers In Test #511 On Online.metro-cc.ru
In this experiment, popular products were shown at the top of the homepage. Impact to sale was measured.
Alexander Krieger Tested Pattern #26: Cart Reminder And Recently Viewed In Test #510 On Formelskin.de
In this experiment, users that did not complete a purchase and came back to the homepage were shown two different experiences. In the control, users would see the homepage (essentially having to restart the purchase flow). Whereas, in the variation, users would be shown a "Welcome Back" summary view with the completed steps shown as completed and a quick resume button to the next incomplete step. Impact on completed sales was measured.
Craig Kistler Tested Pattern #66: Complementary Upsell In Test #509 On Jared.com
In this experiment, a protection plan was launched as a modal for customers that clicked add-to-cart without choosing the upsell. Impact on adds-to-cart and sales was measured.
Andrey Andreev Tested Pattern #93: Auto Next In Test #508 On Online.metro-cc.ru
In this experiment, the variation transformed an add-to-cart button into a shopping cart one (making it a two step process). The control had an interaction where an add-to-cart button would become a quantity selection and then a shopping cart action (a three step process). In a way, the control kept users in a "dead-end" quantity selection middle state that required clicking the back button to continue the sale. Whereas the variation automatically moved users into the next step (closer towards being able to make a purchase). Impact on sales was measured.
Jona Eisenberger Tested Pattern #133: Product Availability In Test #507 On Fairment.de
In this experiment, product availabiltiy bars were shown on products with low stock. This was shown on listing pages. Impact on adds to cart and sales was measured.
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #4: Testimonials In Test #506
In this experiments, reinforcing section tiles were replaced with additional customer testimonials. Impact on adds to cart and sales was measured.
Michael McSweeney Tested Pattern #52: How It Works In Test #505 On Shmoodyapp.com
In this experiment, new paywall copy and messaging was used to encourage more users to signup and pay for access to a mental health app. The variation reinforced that users would be receiving a full featured application, with reminders about the upcoming billing. It reinforced that users will have a full week to decide and potentially cancel their application. Impact on lagging +7 day later transactions was measured.
Michal Fiech Tested Pattern #113: More Or Fewer Plans In Test #504 On Volders.de
In this experiment, the cheapest pricing plan was removed from a set of 2 options. This only left the most expensive pricing plan as the option. Impact on sales and revenue was measured.
Jona Eisenberger Tested Pattern #37: List Or Grid View In Test #502 On Fairment.de
In this experiment, a two column grid layout (control) was tested against single column layout (variation) with the product information shown to the right. Please note that the screenshot shows repeated products only because it's been sourced from a Figma design file. In reality, the products in the variation were equally diverse as in the control.
(We've also flipped the A and B to match up with our grid pattern.)
Jakub Linowski Tested Pattern #36: Fewer Or More Results In Test #503
In this experiment, instead of showing 12 products per screen (with pagination), the variation showed all 42 products on a single screen. Impact on adds to cart and completed orders was measured.
Daria Kurchinskaia Tested Pattern #132: One Time Payment Copy In Test #501 On Volders.de
In this experiment, the wording "one-time payment" was appended below all three pricing plans for a contract cancelation service. Impact on orders placed was measured. (Translated from German: "Einmalige Zahlung").
Craig Kistler Tested Pattern #7: Social Counts In Test #500 On Kayoutlet.com
This was a replication attempt similar to experiment 497. A social proof message was added below add to cart buttons on product detail pages. Impact on adds to cart and transactions was measured.
Michael McSweeney Tested Pattern #99: Progress Bar In Test #499 On Shmoodyapp.com
In this experiment, a progress bar was added to a signup flow of a mental health app. It appeared on numerous steps of a onboarding flow. Impact on signup completions and checkouts was measured.