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A Review of a E-Commerce Website Based on Its Usability Element

EasyChair Preprint no. 6665

15 pagesDate: September 23, 2021


With the great development of technologies, websites have become a a common thing for casual users. Electronic commerce, especially commercial websites have received rapid development in the past decade and cashless shopping online is now a widespread common thing. However, not every single organization or business owner can effort their website for business. Looking down to the website providers, it can be concluded that they did a great job, but everything about e-commerce websites is not so obvious and transparent. In In most cases, it comes down to a proper HCI (human-computer interface) web pages are complicated, it does not make sense to browse the website with a use of simple intuition which does not only complicate the checkout process but reduce the number of potential customers first, due to lack of knowledge among common people and second, due to trust issues – if a website does not feel convenient, it does not feel safe. This paper will build an e-commerce website, by comparing the language, structure, front-end, back-end, and database development tools used in the establishment process, and analyse the advantages and disadvantages of this web page in terms of usability.

Keyphrases: e-commerce websites, HCI, Usability Heuristics

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  author = {Chekizov Artyom and David Wunarsa and Huo Shanlong and Liu Zhupeng and Sumathi Balakrishnan},
  title = {A Review of a E-Commerce Website Based on Its Usability Element},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 6665},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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