eBay has announced that it will be redesigning its item listing page on desktop this year. The redesign aims to simplify and modernize the user experience, making it easier for buyers to find the information they need to make informed purchasing decisions.
- One of the key highlights of the redesign is the inclusion of larger images. This will give buyers a better view of the item they are interested in, increasing the likelihood of a successful sale.
- Additionally, the seller information will increase prominence, ensuring buyers know who they buy from.
- To further improve the user experience, critical information such as item specifics and seller description will be moved higher up on the page. This will be done before any modules show other items and ads, ensuring buyers can access the most important information first.
- The hierarchy of the page will also be improved to ensure that the most important information is shown in the right order.
eBay will be rolling out the change in phases as they design the final experience. They will be running several tests and gathering user feedback to ensure that the redesign meets the needs of buyers and sellers alike.
To be a part of this process, eBay is encouraging users to check out their new community board. This board will allow users to share their thoughts and ideas about the redesign, helping eBay to create a better experience for everyone.
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