Checkout flows can be a nightmare for differently-abled consumers

  • 79% of consumers in the US report abandoning a purchase altogether if the checkout experience is less than perfect.
  • Many steps in the checkout flow risk frustrating users or are downright difficult to perform for those who are differently-abled. 

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