We are glad to inform you the release of Sothink Flash Downloader For Firefox V1.8.
Sothink Flash Downloader For Firefox, a handy and useful Firefox plug-in for Flash save/Flash download, enables you to capture and save Flash SWF from web.
Have you ever thought of reusing the SWF resources included in some exquisite Flash movies? Would you like to know how to extract these wonderful resources to apply them in your own flash creation or web designing? You can stop here!
Our product — Sothink SWF Decompiler can help you out in minutes. Sothink SWF Decompiler is a leading-industry Flash decompiling tool which can be used to extract elements, such as shapes, images, sprites, etc. from Flash movies. In this tutorial, I will show you how to extract SWF resources from a SWF file by Sothink SWF Decompiler.
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Here is the harsh reality of e-commerce websites: according to recent e-commerce studies, at least 59.8% of potential customers abandon their shopping cart (MarketingSherpa puts it at 59.8%, SeeWhy at 83% and MarketLive at 62.14%). The main question is why do customers abandon their shopping cart so often? Is there some fundamental mistake that designers of e-commerce websites do very often? Are there any common guidelines or rules of thumbs that make it more difficult for our users to purchase products? And is there some meaningful way to improve the conversion rates for our products?
Well, that’s exactly what we wanted to find out. In 2010, we recruited a batch of Web users and conducted a usability study, focusing only on the checkout user experience, from “Cart” to “Completed order.” The study was conducted using the “think aloud” protocol and was documented by recording everything that happened on the computer screen. The behavior of the test subjects was then analyzed by scrutinizing these recordings at a later date.
The study has shown that it is often difficult to lead customers to the final step in the checkout process when the only thing left is to submit their credit card details.
The 15 e-commerce websites that we tested were: 1-800-Flowers, AllPosters, American Apparel, Amnesty, Apple, HobbyTron, Levi’s, Newegg, Nordstrom, Oakley, Perfume.com, PetSmart, Thomann, Walmart and Zappos.
In total, the test subjects were given more than 500 usability issues, ranging from being distracted by animated graphics to being thrown off course by an illogical checkout flow. These issues were then analyzed and distilled into 63 checkout usability guidelines in a report titled “E-Commerce Checkout Usability.” In this article, we’ll share 11 fundamental guidelines from that report with you.
Issue: Having steps within steps confuses and intimidates customers as it breaks with their mental model of a linear checkout.
One of the worst usability violations that we discovered in our testing was non-linear checkout processes. Websites with a non-linear checkout process left several of our test subjects confused and intimidated. At the time of testing, both Walmart and Zappos had a non-linear checkout process.
The typical way to “accidentally” end up with a non-linear checkout process is to create steps within steps. This happens, for example, when the customer has to set a “Preferred shipping address” (Walmart’s violation) or “Create an account” (Zappos’ violation) on a separate page, and is then redirected to a previous checkout step upon completion.
Below, you can see Walmart’s checkout flow in thumbnails (click image for larger view). Notice that it’s non-linear because the “Preferred shipping address” sub-step directs the user to a previous step:
This is a guest article contributed by Pat Malloy*.
Social media now affects all facets of business – from marketing to end customer support and everything in between. Social media is where you see product and service feedback. Social media is where you learn what your customers like… and don’t like. And it’s the quickest way to build brand recognition within your target market.
So where does your logo fit in to social media marketing? Although small in size, it’s an extremely important element that contributes to the success of any social media campaign. Think about it – your customers (both potential and current) will see it on a daily basis. They’ll form a perception of your company that will stay with them forever… This article helps you make the most of these brand perceptions with the following sections: Continue reading
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We are glad to announce the release of Sothink SWF Decompiler for Mac 6.4. To improve the performance of converting Flash to html5 (Flash to HTML5 samples >>), this latest version optimized the SVG library, therefore, you can convert Flash to SVG more accurately now.
As the leading SWF Decompiler for Mac, it helps you easily to convert SWF to FLA or FLEX SWF back to FLEX source files, and extract Flash resources like shape, image, sound (mp3, wav), video (flv), text, sprite, ActionScript, etc. And since SWF Decompiler for Mac 6.3, you are able to make simple SWF modifications by replacing image/ shape/ text/ sound elements for SWF. It supports Flash CS3/CS4/CS5 and ActionScript 2.0/3.0, and it is the first Flash decompiler that enables you to get XFL file from Flash CS5 SWF.
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Logo Arena is a great place for logo designers to earn some extra cash on the side. It’s a crowd-sourcing website where you can host a logo design contest. Minimum payout for winning a contest is $249 but most of the contests have higher payout. You must have a developed portfolio to apply at Logo Arena because they only accept professional designers. It takes about 24 hours for designer application to get processed. Acceptance in the Logo Arena community is dependent on the quality of your portfolio. Continue reading