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Test #238 on Suzuki.be by Karl Gilis   May 01, 2019 Desktop Home & Landing

Karl Gilis Tested Pattern #104: Static Image Options In Test #238 On Suzuki.be

In this homepage experiment with a 4-slide carousel, the slides changed every 3.5 seconds and users could also choose another slide manually. In the variations, instead of the 4 slides in the carousel, static images were used to take up the same amount of space.

Test #235 on Thomasnet.com by Julian Gaviria   Apr 02, 2019 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Julian Gaviria Tested Pattern #102: Condensed Layout In Test #235 On Thomasnet.com

In this experiment, the layout was condensed from a taller to a shorter one.

Test #224 on by Alex James   Feb 11, 2019 Desktop Home & Landing

Alex James Tested Pattern #3: Fewer Form Fields In Test #224

This experiment reduced the search form by removing the distance field.

Test #218 on Yummly.com by Kimberly Cheung   Jan 14, 2019 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Kimberly Cheung Tested Pattern #94: Visible Search In Test #218 On Yummly.com

Hypothesis: Anonymous users can't use global search while on the home promo page. We believe that if we show a global search bar to anonymous users, it presents a higher converting funnel (guided search) and will increase our sign-up rates significantly.

Control (A): Logged out users don't see global search bar.

Variant (B): Logged out users see global search bar. After searching for a keyword, the signup funnel starts with a more personalized reason to continue the signup process.

Test #216 on Support.microsoft.co... by Ronny Kohavi   Dec 21, 2018 Desktop Home & Landing

Ronny Kohavi Tested Pattern #2: Icon Labels In Test #216 On Support.microsoft.co...

Microsoft ran an experiment on their Customer Satisfaction Survey at both support.microsoft.com and answers.microsoft.com (Desktop). The treatment contained two icon labels at the opposite sides of the star rating range (ex: Very Dissatisfied and Very Satisfied) - providing it with additional meaning.

Test #210 on Bomgar.com by Lee Elkins   Nov 13, 2018 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Lee Elkins Tested Pattern #64: Tunnel In Test #210 On Bomgar.com

In this experiment, the header navigation links were removed on a landing page in order to provide more focus to the signup form.

Test #205 on Msn.com by Ronny Kohavi   Oct 25, 2018 Desktop Home & Landing

Ronny Kohavi Tested Pattern #36: Fewer Or More Results In Test #205 On Msn.com

In this experiment, the carousel items were increased from 12 to 16.

Test #200 on Trydesignlab.com by Will Anderson   Sep 14, 2018 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Will Anderson Tested Pattern #52: How It Works In Test #200 On Trydesignlab.com

In this experiment, a "How It Works" content section was removed.

Test #199 on Freshegg.co.uk by Luke Hay   Sep 13, 2018 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Luke Hay Tested Pattern #77: Filled Or Ghost Buttons In Test #199 On Freshegg.co.uk

In this experiment, standard (filled) buttons were tested against ghost buttons.

Test #188 on Thomasnet.com by Julian Gaviria   Jul 11, 2018 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Julian Gaviria Tested Pattern #4: Testimonials In Test #188 On Thomasnet.com

In this experiment, a testimonial with a repeated call to action was placed at the bottom of a landing page.

Test #186 on by Devesh Khanal   Jul 02, 2018 Mobile Home & Landing

Devesh Khanal Tested Pattern #14: Exposed Menu Options In Test #186

In this experiment, additional product categories were added at the top of the navigation.

Test #166 on Olark.com by Sunir Shah   Apr 05, 2018 Desktop Mobile Home & Landing

Sunir Shah Tested Pattern #12: Payment First In Test #166 On Olark.com

Olark's homepage was directing users towards a free forever trial - with followup nudges to upgrade some days later. The variation B of the experiment tested a more aggressive push to a pricing page page - with options to select a paid plan, as well as provide a credit card (getting the payment conversation out of the way sooner).