Best Practices to Reduce Cognitive Effort on Checkout Forms

Filling out a form can frustrate anyone if it requires a high cognitive effort. A high cognitive effort causes users to think and work harder, increasing the time to complete the task.

This experience can lead to page abandonment and lower conversion rates on a checkout form. To prevent this, apply these best practices to each checkout page.

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