Interview with Christian Holst, @Baymard Institute, on how to improve the user experience

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Minter Dialogue #63

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This interview is with Christian Holst, co-founder of The Baymard Institute, based in Copenhagen, a research firm focused on how to improve the user experience. In this conversation with Christian, we discuss the challenges of making a good eCommerce experience, the difficulties for a luxury brand in eCommerce, some tips and tricks on improving the checkout process and more. Christian shares with us some great and concrete insights. Enjoy!

SPECIAL OFFER: If you are interested in the Baymard report on eCommerce checkout usability, Christian is offering a special deal for listeners of this podcast.  If you buy the eCommerce Checkout Usability report, you get the Mobile Checkout Usability report for free.   {Watch out, it only lasts until September 1, 2013!}

For those of you who are regular listeners, you will find a new jingle at the beginning of the show, courtesy of my friend, Pierre Journel, author of the Guitar Channel. I invite you to take a spin!

You can also sign up to the Minter Dialogue podcast here via iTunes.

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