• I’ve had a good look in to this. Albeit it seems to work well on desktop (you can get a very plush user experience using motions for you box icons etc..)

    The user experience using this method in mobile (which over 70% of people are most likely to purchase on) is pretty poor and comes with various user issues (getting bored of the fluff on mobile screens etc as they want a simple buying experience.

    However since in this tutorial you have hidden the my account menu, even if we disable the buttons in mobile through elementor (to take away cluttered icons) we are left with a my account page that is rendered useless and unusable as its menu is hidden.

    Looks great but style over user experience isn’t going to cut it in the e-commerce domain.

    Unless you have a fix to show the My Account menu or mobile and not on desktop/tablet? Which I haven’t been able to sort out as yet.

    • Hi Mark,
      This Tutorial demonstrates how you can customize your WooCommerce “MyAccount” Page.

      However the design skills and UX/UI depends on the Designer. Since elementor allows you to design mobile friendly design it upto the users skills to optimize the experience.

      Regards
      Niraj

  • I’ve had a good look in to this. Albeit it seems to work well on desktop (you can get a very plush user experience using motions for you box icons etc..)

    The user experience using this method in mobile (which over 70% of people are most likely to purchase on) is pretty poor and comes with various user issues (getting bored of the fluff on mobile screens etc as they want a simple buying experience.

    However since in this tutorial you have hidden the my account menu, even if we disable the buttons in mobile through elementor (to take away cluttered icons) we are left with a my account page that is rendered useless and unusable as its menu is hidden.

    Looks great but style over user experience isn’t going to cut it in the e-commerce domain.

    Unless you have a fix to show the My Account menu or mobile and not on desktop/tablet? Which I haven’t been able to sort out as yet.

    • Hi Mark,
      This Tutorial demonstrates how you can customize your WooCommerce “MyAccount” Page.

      However the design skills and UX/UI depends on the Designer. Since elementor allows you to design mobile friendly design it upto the users skills to optimize the experience.

      Regards
      Niraj

  • Bonjour,

    C’est vraiment super, merci merci beaucoup. J’ai pu me faire une jolie page avec votre tuto. En plus sans code. En effet je ne m’y connais absolument pas en code.

    Néanmoins j’ai une toute petite question.

    Comment pourrait-on modifier le petit encadré “Se connecter ou s’enregistrer” par défaut de Woocommerce. Vous savez l’endroit où le client s’enregistre ou rentre son adresse email et son mot de passe pour se connecter.

  • Bonjour,

    C’est vraiment super, merci merci beaucoup. J’ai pu me faire une jolie page avec votre tuto. En plus sans code. En effet je ne m’y connais absolument pas en code.

    Néanmoins j’ai une toute petite question.

    Comment pourrait-on modifier le petit encadré “Se connecter ou s’enregistrer” par défaut de Woocommerce. Vous savez l’endroit où le client s’enregistre ou rentre son adresse email et son mot de passe pour se connecter.

  • How this page will look like if user log out???

    I am executed this idea on namitaudyog dot in